Yamahai Junmai Ginjo

Style: Yamahai Junmai Ginjo
Polish: 55%
Alcohol: 15%
Rice: California Hyogo Yamadanishiki
Serving Temperature: Chilled
Brewery Location: Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

Color: Colorless
Intensity: Water White
Clarity: Clear

Sweetness: Medium-dry
Acidity: Medium-Plus
Umami: Medium Plus
Alcohol: Medium
Body: Medium-Plus
Flavor Intensity: Medium
Finish: Medium

Elegance Meets Versatility
Rich and beautifully balanced using the kimoto brewing method, Kimoto Extra Dry is excellent both heated and chilled.

Tasting Notes
Superbly smooth and soft with fresh cheese or yogurt aromas and flavors of ripe peach and rustic apple tarte. Refreshing and elegant with a long finish.

White grape and elements of cherry blossom tie in seamlessly to create a lush, creamy saké with a deliciously smooth finish.

Suggested Pairings
Lobster, California Rolls, Key Lime Pie and Clam Chowder

Earthy to Fruity/Floral Curve

Dry to Sweet Curve

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- 1/2c Frozen Water

- 1oz Frangelico
- 1/2tsp Cinnamon

Blend and serve in a highball with whipped cream dollop & cinnamon sprinkle

Tasting Characteristics


Citrus, Floral & Sweet

Grains, Nuts and Dairy

Herbs, Spices, Age and Other

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