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Echizen Misaki

Tanabe Shuzo started in 1899 and is located in the middle of the highway towards the Eiheiji from the center of Fukui plains, Echizen, This town has a clear stream of water from the Hakusan, making it known as the rich town of lush water. Tanabe Shuzo has won continuous Gold medals in the National Sake Appraisal and is also one of the breweries awarded with the largest number of Gold medals.

  • Echizen Misaki FuFu Aged Daiginjo

    Echizen Misaki

    Echizen Misaki FuFu Aged Daiginjo

    $250.00

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    Echizen Misaki

    Echizen Misaki FuFu Aged Daiginjo

    $250.00

    This special aged Daiginjo is brewed painstakingly over a period of more than a month and aged for more than 3 years in low temperature. This a limited edition packaging, only 500 bottles are produced.

    Grade: Aged Daiginjo
    Rice: Yamadanishiki
    Polish: 40%
    SMV: +2
    Acidity: 1.3
    Alcohol: 16.0%

    From Fukui Prefecture.
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  • Echizen Misaki Shizuku Daiginjo

    Echizen Misaki

    Echizen Misaki Shizuku Daiginjo

    $128.00

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    Echizen Misaki

    Echizen Misaki Shizuku Daiginjo

    $128.00

    Only “Shizuku sake” from sake sacks extracted and bottled. “Shizuku” means precious droplets. Using Yamadanishiki rice, which is hailed as the “King of sake rice”, this Daiginjo has an elegant fruity aroma and a mellow mouth-fill taste.

    Gold awarded for the Daiginjo category at The U.S. National Sake Appraisal, 2011, 2012 and 2013, respectively. Silver was awarded in 2014.

    Grade: Daiginjo
    Rice: Yamadanishiki
    Polish: 40%
    SMV: +2
    Acidity: 1.3
    Alcohol: 16.0%

    From Fukui Prefecture.
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