Hakutsuru Superior Junmai Ginjo Sake

Dessert wine & other fortified wines
Dessert wine & other fortified wines
Dry, fruity, honey melon notes, citrus notes, light fennel notes
Dry, fruity, honey melon notes, citrus notes, light fennel notes
  • Product details
    • SUGAR
      14.0 g/l
    • ENERGY
      90.0 Kcal / 100ml
      40.19 EUR
      metal screw cap
      Hakutsuru Sake Brewing
      Jf Trading
      general selection
  • Taste

    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.

    Tips for use

    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.

    How to serve

    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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