DAIGINJO AZUMACHO 720ml Daiginjoshu
Yamada-nishiki, produced in cooperation with local farmers and employees in our company, is carefully polished to less than 35% and made into Dai-ginjo-shu with the rice and cool-clear water of the Teradake mountain range. It was given gold medals both by the National New Sake Appraising and Deliberating Fair in the Brewing Year of 2013 and the Fukuoka Regional Taxation Bureau’s Research Institute of Brewing in 2014.
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Product Name: DAIGINJO AZUMACHO (Daiginjoshu)
Yamada-Nishiki, produced in cooperation with local farmers and employees in our company, is carefully polished to less than 35% and made into Dai-ginjo-shu with the rice and cool-clear water of the Teradake mountain range. It was given gold medals both by the National New Sake Appraising and Deliberating Fair in the Brewing Year of 2013 and the Fukuoka Regional Taxation Bureau’s Research Institute of Brewing in 2014.
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)
Azumacho, Where does the brand name come from?
After the resignation of Masatake Terauchi’s cabinet under the influence of rice riots,
Takashi Hara of the constitutional political friendship society formed his cabinet for the government as the prime minister in 1918.
Japan signed the Treaty of Versailles and joined the League of Nations. In cooperation with the United States,
Japan participated in the Washington Conference to discuss then the issues of Pacific of Asia and pushed diplomacy forward eagerly.
Also, the then president head, Seto Shuzo Brewery, a political friendship society member had the interchange with
Takashi Hara. The president's head had continued making sake with a brand name of Maruhei Masamune
since the establishment of a business, but he was considering a new brand name as the result of a corporate status of his company.
The president head was invited by the Prime Minister on the occasion when navy large-scale maneuvers were carried out in Nagasaki.
He asked the Prime Minister to give a new name to sake. Then, he named it Azumacho, saying “The sake makes me feel and happy.
It’s worthy of praise as king of Sake for its smooth and plump taste. ”. Azumacho has come down to us since then.
We continue to make excellent sake worthy of inherited brand name of Azumacho.
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|SMV(Sake meters value)||+4|
|Raw Material rice||Yamada-nishiki|
|Rice Polishing rate||0.35|
|Brewing methods||3 step Preparation|
|Sake Lee Rate||40.4|
|Raw Sake Alcohol||18.3|
|Sake Conversion Rate||322.72 L/T|