TSUKI NO KATSURA - Bikkuri Gyouten Sparkling Sake 180ml

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TSUKI NO KATSURA - Bikkuri Gyouten Sparkling Sake 180ml

Tsuki no Katsura is known for their craftsmanship and dedication to creating high-quality sake.

Sparkling Sake refers to a type of sake that undergoes a secondary fermentation process, producing carbon dioxide and creating a fizzy or effervescent quality. Sparkling sakes are often enjoyed as a celebratory or festive drink.

When chilled, the refreshing sourness spreads sharply in the mouth, and the fine foam is exquisite. Produces a fun that does not seem to be pure rice sake. It is fermented in the same bottle as champagne and has about half the alcohol content of regular sake.

Tasting Notes: Pineapple, Grape, Yogurt. Crisp, light texture.

Perfect Food Pairing: Light seafood, sushi, sashimi.

  • Size: 180ml
  • Grade: Junmai Ginjo
  • Style: Sparkling Nama
  • Polishing Grade: 60%
  • Rice Type: Gohyakumangoku
  • Ingredients: Water, Rice, Rice Koji
  • Alcohol: 8%
  • SMV: -60
  • Acidity: 6
  • Amino Acid Value: 6
  • Drinking Temperature: 0~5℃, 5~15℃
  • Prefecture: Kyoto

    Made in Japan.

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    Sake is a fermented rice drink and widely accepted as Japan’s traditional alcoholic drink.