Kome no Tsuyu Rice Shochu 20-year Vintage Set (500 Ltd. Ed., Warranty Card Inc.)
Seller: Takumi Sosei
Producer: Morimoto senemon shoten
Three guaranteed authentic bottles of rice-based shochu that exemplify the best qualities of aged rice spirits.
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Three types of unique rice shochu-raw sake blends from Mie and Kumamoto Prefectures. All aged over ten years, the maturity of this "dew of the rice" creates a distinct flavor and mouthfeel. Drink and compare the genius of three different breweries, guaranteed by a numbered certificate. (2002 Kuromatsu okina / Morimoto senuemon shoten) 44% alcohol by volume. Shochu with a thick, rich mouthfeel achieved through gradual depressurization during the distillation process. (2004 Zuiyo / Zuiyo) 42% alcohol by volume. Mellow aroma and taste characterstic of shochu brewed from 100% rice at normal pressure and pursuant of true rice flavor. (2009 Fusanotsuyu / Fusa no tsuyu) 40.2% alcohol by volume. The gentleness and smooth mouthfeel of this shochu belies its high proof. The aroma of rice gently wafting through the nose creates an elegant moment.
- Product weight: 2181 gr
- Product height: 8 cm
- Product width: 23 cm
- Product length: 23 cm
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Kome no Tsuyu Rice Shochu 20-year Vintage Set (500 Ltd. Ed., Warranty Card Inc.) is produced in Mie prefecture.
Morimoto senemon shoten
Brewer of sake "KUROMATSU-OKINA" Distiller of authentic rice shochu "Mine" We are Morimoto Sen'emon Shoten. The brewery is located at the foot of Iga Ueno Castle, which rises majestically in a basin surrounded by mountains on all sides. Iga is blessed with pure water from the Suzuka Mountains. and the quality sake rice grown in the soil of Lake Biwa. Iga is the best place for sake brewing. We make sake with the wish for longevity and prosperity. Our philosophy: "To provide delicious sake for everyone to drink."