This sake is classified as a Daiginjo. Meaning it is special as the rice is milled to 50%, which is 20% more than a
traditional sake. Slowly fermented at low temperatures in small batches, Daiginjo has fruity and refreshing taste.
Produced from highly polished rice, this refined sake exhibits a rich, fruity Aroma. It is round and full on the palate,
with an abundance of ripe fruit flavours.