Kokushi Muso Cocoo Junmai

Saké - Nihonshu - 12,5% - 50 cl

Produced by Takasago Shuzo located in the center of the island of Hokkaido in the north of Japan, Kokushi Muso Cocoo Junmai is an exceptional fine sake which has the particularity of having been filtered under an ice dome at -2°C.

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Thursday 30 September with Chronopost - Express

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Friday 1 October with Colissimo - Points de retrait

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Produced by Takasago Shuzo located in the center of the island of Hokkaido in the north of Japan, Kokushi Muso Cocoo Junmai is an exceptional fine sake which has the particularity of having been filtered under an ice dome at -2°C.

Expressing a very fruity profile with aromas of white peach, this sake to drink fresh will be perfect for an aperitif or as an accompaniment to (raw) fish, vegetables or even fruits.

Takasago Shuzo produces pure and fresh sake inspired by the snowy landscapes characteristic of Hokkaido Island. The region's winter climate allows the use of an atypical filtration method consisting of filtering sake under ice domes rebuilt each winter, and the use of water from snowmelt for making sakes.

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Details Kokushi Muso Cocoo Junmai

Type

Saké - Nihonshu

Category

Junmai

Brewery

Takasago Shuzo

Region

Hokkaido

Strength

12,5%

Volume

50 cl

Polishing Rate

60% (Rice grain remaining)

Rice Type

Ginpu Brown

Packaging

Bottle only

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Brewery

Brewery Takasago Shuzo - Kokushi

Takasago Shuzo, founded in 1899 by the Kohiyama family, is located on the island of Hokkaido in the city of Asahikawa, northern Japan. Originally named Kohiyama Shuzo, it was not until 1965 that the brewery adopted the name Takasago Shuzo.


Built in a region with a cold and snowy climate, it benefits from pure water coming from the snow melt of Mount Taisetsu which flows to Asahikawa and accumulates in the Kamikawa basin.

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Serve chilled

Serve chilled

Best served chilled (approx. 4 to 8°C)

Appetizer

Appetizer

Perfect as an aperitif to surprise or simply change

Yellow fruits

Yellow fruits

Notes of peach, apricot, apple, pear, plum, ...

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Flowers

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