Miyakobijin Shuzo Yoigokochi Yuzu Sake - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Miyakobijin Shuzo Yoigokochi Yuzu Sake

$ 30

Miyakobijin Shuzo Yoigokochi Yuzu Sake is an exquisite and refreshing offering from the renowned Miyakobijin Shuzo, located in the Hyogo Prefecture of Japan. This unique sake is infused with the essence of yuzu, a beloved Japanese citrus fruit known for its aromatic and zesty flavor. This infusion creates a sake experience that perfectly balances the traditional qualities of Japanese sake with the bright and tangy character of yuzu.

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Nose: The aroma is delightfully fragrant and citrus-forward. It features the fresh and invigorating scent of yuzu, complemented by subtle floral notes and a hint of the rice's natural sweetness. This bouquet is both inviting and energizing, setting the stage for a tantalizing tasting experience.

Palate: On the palate, Yoigokochi Yuzu Sake is light, crisp, and wonderfully refreshing. The taste is a harmonious blend of the yuzu's vibrant citrus flavors with the delicate and smooth qualities of the sake. Notes of lemon, lime, and a touch of mandarin create a delightful citrus medley, balanced by a gentle sweetness and a slight umami character from the rice.

Finish: The finish is clean, bright, and pleasantly lingering. It leaves a refreshing aftertaste of yuzu, with a subtle sweetness and a hint of sake's nuanced flavors. This finish makes the sake both satisfying and approachable, perfect for a variety of drinking occasions.

Miyakobijin Shuzo Yoigokochi Yuzu Sake is more than just a drink; it's a celebration of Japanese craftsmanship and the delightful fusion of sake with traditional citrus flavors. Ideal for sipping chilled, as an aperitif, or paired with a range of cuisines, this flavored sake is perfect for those seeking a light and flavorful beverage that exemplifies the artistry of Japanese sake brewing and the unique appeal of yuzu.