Warmed Up Junmai Daiginjo?
You might know that premium sake types such as ginjo and junmai daiginjo should not be warmed up, because they will lose their fragrant aroma and delicate flavour. In case you'd still like premium sake but a little more warmed up, we've got what you're looking for!
Since its establishment in 1832, Tatenokawa has been making authentic sake by hand, using traditional methods for almost 180 years. In 2010, in order to achieve a new 100-year vision, Tatenokawa established itself as one of the only breweries to switch to a completely Junmai Daiginjo-only production.
Tatenokawa Junmai Daiginjo Utsukushiki Keiryu
🍶Can be cooled and warmed at will
🍶Sharp umami flavour
🍶Well-balanced food sake
This sake is best drunk cold or at room temperature, but its taste is not lost when heated and it can be easily matched to any dish, making it the perfect food sake.
It has a discreet but clean and fresh aroma, with an elegant acidity that spreads and brings it all together nicely. It complements a wide range of dishes, from everyday meals to extravagant menus, so you'll be eating and drinking without a second thought.