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Taka “Noble Arrow” Junmai Sake

Taka “Noble Arrow” Junmai Sake


Reg. Price $37.99
Reg. Price SALE Price $37.99
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    Product Details

    Brand: Taka

    Size: 720ml

    Country: Japan



    ABV %: 15.0

    Tasting note: Aromas of green melon rind and kaffir lime leaves. Creamy, luxurious mid palate with a spearmint-driven herbal finish. The limestone covered mountains nearby give this sake a rich mineral driven structure packed with tension and pronounced acidity. A timeless style of sake that old-world wine drinkers easily gravitate to. Brewmaster and President Takahiro Nagayama spent time apprenticing at iconic Burgundy producer Pacalet to make sake that had the same intensity and tension as the greatest wines in the world. The limestone in the water, the strong and elegant use of Association yeast No. 9, and highly focused production result in a sake that is vinous while still undeniably “nihonshu,” Japan's national beverage, in style. 

    Food pairing: Perfect pairing for seafood dishes of poached halibut, Dover sole or shrimp in garlic oil.

    Grade: Junmai

    Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki, Hattannishiki

    ABV: 15.5%

    Polishing Ratio: 60%


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