Fragrant melon aroma and mild elegant taste, it is very refreshing drunk cold. A perfect picnic sake.
Very clean, light and dry sake that showcases the soft sweetness of rice
Fresh and light
tastes sweet, easy to drink
生酒! Nama means unpasteurised. Sake is usually pasteurised twice, once after fermentation, and again after maturation before being delivered. The process kills off pathogens to keep it from going bad. When this process is skipped, storage is important to uphold the quality. Namazake is fresh & lively, which are characteristics I love! When the sake only undergoes the 2nd pasteurisation, it's called namazume 生詰. When the sake only undergoes the first pasteurisation, it's called namachozo 生貯蔵, as seen from the bottle label. I liked this tokubetsu honjozo namachozo for its delicate sweetness and silky mouthfeel
my second purchase. it is so easy on the palate. not too sweet, not too dry.