This polished sake uses the shizuku drip extraction method & Tobindori bottling method. Fresh, juicy aromas of winter fruit laced with hints of white pepper. Elegant and deep on the palate, with a silky texture and a gentle bitterness to create structure and form.
A great alternative to Dassai 23. Fantastic pedigree, at a surprisingly affordable price point for a Junmai Daiginjo.
The bottles are now limited edition and numbered as they only produce 1000 bottles a year.
Sake Competition 2018 Top Ultra Premium Sake
Well loved by all friends & guests everytime I ordered! It’s really smooth & not too sweet too! Love it!
It’s very smooth & favourful! Prefer this comparing to Dassai 23 actually! My frens felt the same too! Will order again for sure!
Senkin Junmai Daiginjo Urara
Smooth and clean
Sake is balanced, flavourful and refreshing with the acidity
Appearance: Clear, water-white, colourless appearance with high viscosity and some bubblings observed. Nose: Sake has clean nose, with medium intensity in aroma, in notes of Ginjo (apple, pear, melon), nuts/beans (caramelised nuts, chickpeas), and others (toffee). Palate: Sake is off-dry, with medium (+) umami and acidity, medium level of perceived alcohol, medium body with silky and velvety texture and pronounced flavour intensity in notes of Ginjo (apple, pear, melon), nuts/beans (caramelised nuts, chickpeas), and others (toffee). Sake has a long finished that started off with the sweet taste of caramelised nuts before fading into slight bitter notes which is reminiscent of chickpeas. Conclusion: Sake is balanced, flavourful and refreshing with the acidity and bubbling mouth-feel.
Sending Jumai Daiginjo Urara
Excellent find and priced within reach to its taste and class!