Kaze no Mori Tsuyuhakaze 507


Kaze no Mori Tsuyuhakaze 507

The numbers ‘507’ has its meaning. ’50’ represents the rice polishing rate of 50% (50% of rice is polished away). ‘7’ refers to the yeast number 7 used during the fermentation which brings Kaze no Mori its fragrance.

All rice used in this sake is Tsuyuhakaze, a sake rice grown exclusively in Nara. This rice is characterized by its large starchy core, “shinpaku”, and the complex yet harmonious taste it manifests when brewed. More than just clean and balanced, this brew has depth, volume and personality.

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