Junmai Comparison 39-year Vintage Set (500 Set Limited Edition)
Seller: Takumi Sosei
Producer: Hirase Shuzojo
Compare these top-quality aged junmai sake that have waited nearly half a century to share their luxurious aromas and taste.
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This diverse lineup of Junmai pure-rice sake allows you to enjoy the nostalgic tastes and particular aromas of aged rice. Each bottle features unique notes that bring you back to its original region and time, no matter where in the world you choose to enjoy it. (2007 Kusudama / Hirase brewery) 18% alcohol by volume. A sweet taste characterized by notes of pear, black pepper, and almonds (1999 Narimasa / Narimasa brewery) 15% alcohol by volume. The sweet spreading aroma of honey and black tea creates a richness cut by strong acid for a refreshingly dry taste. (1995 Kamaya / Kamaya brewery) 18% alcohol by volume. A bottle with the gentle scent of ripe banana and spreading florals that offer a good balance of sweetness and strong acidity. (1983 Iwanoi / Iwase brewery) 14% alcohol by volume. The gorgeous aroma of dried fruits and nuts, spicy flavor, and acidity are reminiscent of mature white wine. (1998 Eikun / Saito Brewery) 18% alcohol by volume. Pleasant aromas of honey and yellow peach are well-balanced with the acidity and spice.
- Product weight: 2240 gr
- Product height: 7 cm
- Product width: 21 cm
- Product length: 41 cm
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Junmai Comparison 39-year Vintage Set (500 Set Limited Edition) is produced in Gifu prefecture.
The Hirase family has taken the name of Ichibei Hirase from generation to generation, and has always maintained that "We will never turn our backs on any other business, no matter what. I will never look back on any other business, and I will live only for sake brewing. The family motto, "Never turn our backs on any other business," has been and continues to be firmly upheld.