So Collection 25-year Vintage (500 Box Limited Edition)

Seller: Takumi Sosei
Producer: Kikuzakari Shuzo
ID: 134
A three-bottle tasting set of sake perfect for the summer season. Refreshing and unique, chill out with this limited box set.
¥ 11,000
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The set includes three sake with a clean, refreshing taste that overturns preconceived notions of aged sake by balancing beautiful acidity and sweetness. This product is a special offering for the summer, best enjoyed chilled, on the rocks, or with soda. (1997 Jyosen Kikuzakari / Kikuzakari brewery) Room-temperature aged, 15% alcohol by volume. Characterized by a clean acidity, it has a smoky flavor, aroma of caramel and almonds, and the spreading sweetness of tropical fruits. (2004 Minenoyuki / Mine no yuki brewery) 50% polished rice, 13% alcohol by volume. The rich flavor and faintly aged scent make this sake easy to drink. Tasting notes of apricot and herb. (2007 Sanin Togo / Fukura brewery) 70% polished rice 19% alcohol by volume. Sweet viscousness characteristic to aged sake gives this depth, with an overall balance created by sourness and restrained bitter notes.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 2181 gr
  • Product height: 8 cm
  • Product width: 23 cm
  • Product length: 23 cm
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So Collection 25-year Vintage (500 Box Limited Edition) is produced in Iwate prefecture.
Kikuzakari Shuzo
Iwate Prefecture
What do you imagine when you hear the words "Taxi Driver"? Perhaps the classic film? "TAXI DRIVER", a brand launched in 2005 by Takuya Fujimura, the fifth-generation brewer of Iwate Prefecture's Kikuzakari Sake Brewery, was given this name at the suggestion of Yoshiki Takahashi, a designer active in the movie industry. After the brewery was destroyed by the March 11 earthquake, love for the now-famous Taxi Driver brand among sake enthusiasts and layman alike allowed Kikuzakari to rebuild and resume operations.