Kiminoi Honjozo Josen

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DETAILS

Grade
Honjozo
Polishing Ratio 62%
Rice Type
Gohyaku Mangoku
Alcohol 
15.5%
Prefecture
Niigata
Brewery
Kiminoi Shuzo

SAKE SWEETNESS

DESCRIPTION

Nose of mild rice sweetness, straw, vanilla and cedar. Flavour-forward on the palette with a ripe acidity and full rice sweetness.

SOMMELIER'S NOTES

Full-flavoured Honjozo that is excellent drunk both chilled and warmed.

AWARDS

IWC Sake 2016 - Silver Medal

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Customer Reviews
4.5 Based on 4 Reviews
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IK
12/29/2021
Ian K.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

memorable taste

Had this during the Basic Sake Appreciation Session and it had a memorable taste that was to remember despite being supposed "Table Sake". Definitely stocking up to enjoy this as part of my collection.

M
10/03/2020
Mitsui
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

Easy to drink sake

Overall - Good sake. Made from local from Niigata prefecture with a lot of ❄️ water instead of the usual Yamadanishiki or Gohyakumangoku , the sake is rich in aroma with a hint of melon and steam . With a Seimai Buai of 62%, it can be considered as a Ginjo grade sake. The light body and medium dry texture is great with pan sear salmon fillet and stir fry. Served around Hana Bie and Suzu Hie 12 degree, it enhances the favour of the fatty salmon, making it more tasty. It’s also an easy to drink with lots of aroma and also recommended for as an evening while chilling out.

Inter Rice Asia Kiminoi Honjozo Josen Review
M
10/03/2020
Mitsui
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

Easy to drink sake

Rice - Local from Niigata prefecture Color - Colorless Aroma - Melon, steam rice, almonds nutty Taste - Light Umami - Light First impression - Lively Body - Light Sweetness - Medium dry Tail/length - Short Overall - Good sake. Made from local from Niigata prefecture with a lot of ❄️ water instead of the usual Yamadanishiki or Gohyakumangoku , the sake is rich in aroma with a hint of melon and steam . With a Seimai Buai of 62%, it can be considered as a Ginjo grade sake. The light body and medium dry texture is great with pan sear salmon fillet and stir fry. Served around Hana Bie and Suzu Hie 12 degree, it enhances the favour of the fatty salmon, making it more tasty. It’s also an easy to drink with lots of aroma and also recommended for as an evening while chilling out.

Inter Rice Asia Kiminoi Honjozo Josen Review
SP
07/23/2020
Simon P.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

Nice Warm!

I first tried this sake at Tomi Sushi Katong, they use it as warm sake. Very nice!