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Shizukushibori Daiginjoshu Chikushino Undiluted sake

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This is a Daiginjo-shu is a form of ginjo-shu made with even more highly polished rice from which at least 38% of the outer layer of the grain has been removed. It has an even more refined taste and stronger ginjo-ka than ginjo-shu.  Its distinctive features are its aroma and delicate flavor. Best served chilled to retain the flavor.

Notice:
Bringing out the fruity aroma is key. If the temperature of the sake is too cold, the aroma will be diminished.

Manufacturing process:
After a small amount of moromi is fermented at low temprature, it is put into sake bag to squeeze and put the naturally fallen drop into a bottle. After these steps are completed,these sake is stored at low temperature in a refrigerator. These steps takes lots of time. However, short cut of these steps never be allowed to make good quality of precisous sake. This sake is usually sent in a wooden box.

Type: Kun-Shu (Daiginjoshu)  Aromatic Sake – fragrant and light
Flavor & Aroma: Fruity aroma and light, fresh flavor
Suitable Temperature: 10-15 degrees (Celsius) 50-59 degrees (Fahrenheit)
Suitable Sake Wares: Burgundy wine glass, Bellmouth glass, etc.
Recommended Dishes For This Sake:
macaroni au gratin, Hachis Parmentier, Seafood salad, Carpaccio, Mozzarella cheese and tomato with basil, Pasta with fresh tomato sauce, etc.
(In harmony with aromatic and refreshing cuisines)

Additional Info 

Quality Characteristic Daignjoshu
Alcohol content 17-18%
SMV(Sake meters value)  
Acid  
Amino Acid  
Raw Material rice Yamada Nishiki
Raw Material  Rice, Malted rice, distilled alcohol
Rice polishing Rate 
38%
Brewing methods  
Sake Lee Rate  
Raw Sake Alcohol  
 Sake Conversion Rate  

About Oga Brewery:

Regional rice gathered at the Oga family who was village headman in the Edo period.
And, the premises in Oga house was a blessed well with well-flowing water of Mt. Houmanzan.
The family was also blessed with transportation conditions using a river at the back.
Sake brewing began under these favorable conditions.
When we uncover a long history of Sake brewing, we can see a deep relationship with the region.

In the social trend of mass production of sake by machine making, Oga's sake, "TamadeIzumi" is quality-oriented sake dedicated to handmade.
The highest grade Yamada Nishiki from Itoshima in Fukuoka prefecture, Yumeikkon and so on are used for raw material rice.
We steam rice in old-fashioned and wooden barrel and, rice malt production is also constructed in the traditional way.
We also use small tank to ferment alcohol at low temperature slowly.
We go great lengths to take these process for good sake making seriously. 

Notice To International Buyer:

* Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. 
* Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. 
* These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up.  Do not confuse them for additional shipping charges.

 

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This is a Daiginjo-shu is a form of ginjo-shu made with even more highly polished rice from which at least 38% of the outer layer of the grain has been removed. It has an even more refined taste and stronger ginjo-ka than ginjo-shu.  Its distinctive features are its aroma and delicate flavor. Best served chilled to retain the flavor.

Notice:
Bringing out the fruity aroma is key. If the temperature of the sake is too cold, the aroma will be diminished.

Manufacturing process:
After a small amount of moromi is fermented at low temprature, it is put into sake bag to squeeze and put the naturally fallen drop into a bottle. After these steps are completed,these sake is stored at low temperature in a refrigerator. These steps takes lots of time. However, short cut of these steps never be allowed to make good quality of precisous sake. This sake is usually sent in a wooden box.

Type: Kun-Shu (Daiginjoshu)  Aromatic Sake – fragrant and light
Flavor & Aroma: Fruity aroma and light, fresh flavor
Suitable Temperature: 10-15 degrees (Celsius) 50-59 degrees (Fahrenheit)
Suitable Sake Wares: Burgundy wine glass, Bellmouth glass, etc.
Recommended Dishes For This Sake:
macaroni au gratin, Hachis Parmentier, Seafood salad, Carpaccio, Mozzarella cheese and tomato with basil, Pasta with fresh tomato sauce, etc.
(In harmony with aromatic and refreshing cuisines)

Additional Info 

Quality Characteristic Daignjoshu
Alcohol content 17-18%
SMV(Sake meters value)  
Acid  
Amino Acid  
Raw Material rice Yamada Nishiki
Raw Material  Rice, Malted rice, distilled alcohol
Rice polishing Rate 
38%
Brewing methods  
Sake Lee Rate  
Raw Sake Alcohol  
 Sake Conversion Rate  

About Oga Brewery:

Regional rice gathered at the Oga family who was village headman in the Edo period.
And, the premises in Oga house was a blessed well with well-flowing water of Mt. Houmanzan.
The family was also blessed with transportation conditions using a river at the back.
Sake brewing began under these favorable conditions.
When we uncover a long history of Sake brewing, we can see a deep relationship with the region.

In the social trend of mass production of sake by machine making, Oga's sake, "TamadeIzumi" is quality-oriented sake dedicated to handmade.
The highest grade Yamada Nishiki from Itoshima in Fukuoka prefecture, Yumeikkon and so on are used for raw material rice.
We steam rice in old-fashioned and wooden barrel and, rice malt production is also constructed in the traditional way.
We also use small tank to ferment alcohol at low temperature slowly.
We go great lengths to take these process for good sake making seriously. 

Notice To International Buyer:

* Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. 
* Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. 
* These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up.  Do not confuse them for additional shipping charges.

 

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