Koi Koi Junmai Ginjo
Saké - Nihonshu - 14,5% - 72 cl
Produced by the small traditional brewery of Asahara Shuzo founded in 1882, Koi Koi is a junmai type sake, which means no added alcohol, and a ginjo type sake, which means that the rice used for its production has been polished to 40%.Read more
Produced by the small traditional brewery of Asahara Shuzo founded in 1882, Koi Koi is a junmai type sake, which means no added alcohol, and a ginjo type sake, which means that the rice used for its production has been polished to 40%.
Rather fine and fruity, this nihonshu will suit all those who want to learn about sake, and can be served at temperature with cheese or creamy desserts.
Sake or nihonshu is a Japanese alcoholic beverage of 14 to 17% of volume and is made from a mixture of water, yeast and steamed rice of which about 20% has been previously inoculated with a microscopic fungus to allow a better fermentation.
Details Koi Koi Junmai Ginjo
Saké - Nihonshu
Honshu - Saitama
60% (Rice grain remaining)
Brewery Asahara Shuzo
Founded in 1882 by Zenjiro Asahara, the brewery was established in the small village of Ogose in Saitama Prefecture.
Located in the heart of a mountainous region with preserved fauna and flora, Asahara Shuzo was originally a sake house which today offers a wide range of alcoholic beverages from sake to shochu, including the famous Nigori fruit liqueurs, but also wine and beer.
Serve at temperature
Reveals all its flavors at room temperature
Perfect with your cheeses, like a good wine!
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