Hakutsuru Tanrei Junmai Sake

Dessert wine & other fortified wines | Japan
6580.18l

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Dessert wine & other fortified wines | Japan
Junmai
Medium dry, yellow apple notes, light citrus notes, hint of rice, spicy
  • ALCOHOL
    13.5%
  • SUGAR
    15.0 g/l
  • ACIDS
    0.0 g/l
  • ENERGY
    80.0 Kcal / 100ml
  • PACKAGING
    bottle
  • PACKAGE SIZE
    20 items
  • CLOSURE
    crown cap
  • PRODUCER
    Hakutsuru Sake Brewery
  • EXTRACT
    39.0 g/l
  • SELECTION
    general selection
PRODUCT NUMBER
606852

Sake is a Japanese beverage made from water and rice using fermentation.

Rice imparts sweetness to the drink, which is often low in acid. The flavour ranges from dry to medium-sweet.

In addition to the sweetness of rice, you can discern notes of honeydew melon, light citrus, apple and delicate spices in sake.

Quality sakes are often served chilled, at 10–12°C or even cooler. Sake served at the start of a meal can be heated to about 40°C in a hot-water bath.

Sake naturally goes well with Japanese food. Try sake at various temperatures with, for example, sushi, in order to find a temperature that is the best for your palate.

The serving temperature of sake can be changed with the seasons: enjoy warmed-up sake in the cold winter months and chilled sake when it is hot.

Sake is a fresh product that does not improve with ageing. A bottle of sake should be consumed within a few days of opening, and an opened bottle should be kept in the fridge – just like wine.




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