Manotsuru Daiginjo Maho

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Pure, clean perfumes of rich melon, pear, cotton candy with slight green notes. Luscious and full on the palette with a velvety texture. The elegant flavors progressively spreads, culminating into an explosion of fruit with mineral finish. Deep, elegant and complex.

Grade Daiginjo
Polishing Ratio 35%
Rice Type Yamadanishiki
Alcohol 16.5%
Prefacture Niigata
Brewery Obata Shuzo

One of the best Daiginjos. In a class of its own, it brings a lot of complexity to the table. Named after the Kuramoto's eldest daughter

  1. IWC Sake 2015 - Gold Medal
  2. 13 Gold Medals - National New Sake Awards

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12/16/2021
Anonymous
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

Rare Find

Very good from purchase to delivery. Thank you. I have not tasted and is waiting for a good occasion to. But I always trust your recommendation.

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01/18/2021
Ho S.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

My new favorite

My new favorite after trying it for the first time with my last purchase from InterRice

DH
07/08/2020
Derick H.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

very smooth

very smooth

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05/28/2020
Patrick A.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product

Rather versatile to pair with food, I think.

Clear, colourless appearance with slightly high viscosity. Nose: Pineapple, melon, pear, banana, fresh cream, vanilla, lactic. Palate: Pineapple, melon, pear, fresh cream, mint, nutmeg, cedar, oak, dried leaves. Body: Medium. Alcohol: Medium. Umami: Medium (-). Acidity: Medium. Personal opinion: Sake has a clear, colourless appearance with slightly high viscosity. Ginjo-ka is definitely present, with some earthy, woody and damp aroma were noted. Medium intensity of aroma and complexity were observed. Sake is soft, creamy and silky, and feels slightly dry. It has a slightly weak attack, with a slightly long finish. This is a kun-shu which leans towards a heavier body; fragrant with a medium body. Maybe I’ll pair this with fried seasonal vegetables, sushi omakase, and sushi. Rather versatile to pair with food, I think.

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