Hana Selection 26-year Vintage (500 Box Limited Edition, Warranty Card Inc.)
Seller: Takumi Sosei
Producer: Inami brewery
Like a bouquet of flowers, this limited release offers a bundle of beautiful aromas in one collection.
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The Hana Selection is a limited edition of 500 sets of gorgeous vintage sake with a variety of aromas and flavors, all aged for more than 10 years, each produced by a different brewer. The limited-edition is guaranteed by a warranty card with the edition number. (1995 Aoitsurui / Inami brewery) 60% polished rice, 17% alcohol by volume. Brewed with deep care, this sake has a rounded taste and refreshing acidity. (1996 Ichinotani / Uno breweryi / Uno brewery) 40% polished rice, 18% alcohol by volume. This aged sake retains the quality of younger brews but features a good balance of spice and bitterness with the fragrance of ripened asian pear. (2005 Inatahimei / Inada honten) 75% polished rice 15% alcohol by volume. Aged sake with a characteristicly powerful taste. The sweetness and fragrance of pinapple meld with unique richness and acidity.
- Product weight: 1567 gr
- Product height: 8 cm
- Product width: 23 cm
- Product length: 23 cm
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Hana Selection 26-year Vintage (500 Box Limited Edition, Warranty Card Inc.) is produced in Hyogo prefecture.
Miki is a famous producing region of ""Yamada-Nishiki"" rice suitable for sake brewing. Since its establishment, Inami Sake Brewery has been brewing mellow, delicious sake under the company motto of ""Quality First"" by taking advantage of its favorable location. With its product ""Aoi Tsuru"", the company is steadily following the mainstream as a local sake brewer, blessed with the climate of Miki, brewed in the climate, and based on the overwhelming support of the local community. The trademark ""Aoi Tsuru"" was named by combining the ""Aoi"" (hollyhock) and the ""Tsuru"" (crane), the bird of good luck, from the Matsuo Shrine in Kyoto.