Katsuyama Junmai Daiginjo "Den"


Katsuyama Junmai Daiginjo "Den"


Class: Junmai Daiginjo

Rice: Yamada Nishiki

Rice-Polishing Ratio: 35%

Brewery Location: Miyagi

Food Pairings: Fatty fish Sashimi such as Toro and Salmon, Yakiniku, Sukiyaki

Tasting Notes: Brewed with a traditional sake brewing method,  Den features a fruity aroma and distinct rich flavors.This sake has the true characteristics of a Junmai Daiginjo. Its crisp and clean umami stands out clearly and lingers as a distinctly mouthwatering aftertaste. It is an excellent choice to pair with tuna and salmon sushi/sashimi. It also goes well with meat and meat dishes prepared in both Japanese and western style.
Den means "tradition," referring to the traditional way this sake is brewed. The name Den also can mean "to convey" thoughts and feelings.

Size: 720ml

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Brewery: Katsuyama Supreme Sake Co.,Ltd  
Founded: 1688   

Profile: Established in 1688, Katsuyama is a sake brewery with traditions lasting well over three century. They were established to brew the upscale sake enjoyed exclusively by the feudal lords of the Sendai domain, where was founded by Japan's Most famous samurai & military commander Date Masamune. To this day, Katsuyama carries on he reputation and tradition of its origins as a brewery for the lords. 

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