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Nigorizake

The kanji for Nigori sake is濁り酒 and it translates to “Cloudy Sake”. It can also be known as unfiltered sake.

Nigori sake are processed through separation by pressing through a coarse cloth, retaining some residue, which in the end will affect the balance of the taste and flavour. The residues are in fact unfermented rice grains.

Nigori sake is usually smooth and sweet, and creamy in texture. Remember to gently shake the Nigori sake, mixing the sediments, enjoying it in its full flavour!

  • Manotsuru Junmai Nigori

    Manotsuru

    Manotsuru Junmai Nigori

    $28.00

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    Manotsuru

    Manotsuru Junmai Nigori

    $28.00

    Nigori is unfiltered sake and has rice particles. It has a distinctive fresh melon taste and a clean and smooth tail. Shake slowly and best served chilled.

    Grade: Nigorizake
    Rice: Koshitanrei & Koshiibuki
    Polish: 60%
    SMV: -8
    Alcohol: 16.0%

    From Niigata Prefecture.

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  • Musashino Daku Junmai Nigori

    Musashino

    Musashino Daku Junmai Nigori

    $46.00

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    Musashino

    Musashino Daku Junmai Nigori

    $46.00

    This is one of the best selling Sake in the United States from Musashino Shuzo.

    Fruity, medium-bodied nigori with hints of melon and pear, slightly higher acidity, creamy texture, sweet. Slightly sweet but the sweetness is all coming from natural material. That's why this Sake in Junmai. Sweet but not so sticky. Matching with spicy food, hot pot with Ponzu Sauce, Yakitori and Teriyaki.

    Grade: Junmai Nigori
    Rice: Gohyakumangoku / Koshiibuki
    Polish: 65%
    SMV: -12
    Alcohol: 15.0%

    From Niigata Prefecture.

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