Yamahai Tokubetsu Junmai

Style: Tokubetsu Junmai
Polish: 63%
Alcohol: 15%
Rice: California Hyogo Kitanishiki
Serving Temperature: Lightly Chilled or Lukewarm
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
Bold with a full body, noticeable acidity and a dry finish. Distinctly complex aroma with notes of mochi rice cake and toasted nuts lead to balanced and mature flavors of savory richness complemented by a nutty and light sweetness.

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

Suggested Pairings
Steak, Sushi, Seared Tuna and Pasta

Earthy to Fruity/Floral Curve

Dry to Sweet Curve

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- 1/2tsp Cinnamon

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Tasting Characteristics


Citrus, Floral & Sweet

Grains, Nuts and Dairy

Herbs, Spices, Age and Other

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