Sempuku Shinriki Kimoto Junmai
Saké - Nihonshu - 19% - 72 cl
Made from shinriki rice, a variety from the Hiroshima region, Sempuku Shinriki Kimoto Junmai is a true descendant of the traditional sakes produced during the Meiji and Taisho eras.Read more
Made from shinriki rice, a variety from the Hiroshima region, Sempuku Shinriki Kimoto Junmai is a true descendant of the traditional sakes produced during the Meiji and Taisho eras.
For brewing, Miyake Honten, founded in 1856 in Kure, uses the traditional slow kimoto fermentation method, which combined with a low rice polishing rate of 85%, results in sake with a dense mouthfeel and full-bodied flavor.
Sempuku Shinriki Kimoto Junmai can be enjoyed at room temperature but also chilled, especially when paired with hard cheeses such as comté or beaufort.
Details Sempuku Shinriki Kimoto Junmai
Saké - Nihonshu
The great Sakes of Hiroshima
Honshu - Hiroshima
85% (Remaining rice grain)
Brewery Miyake Honten - Sempuku
Founded by Kiyochichi Miyake in 1856 in Kure in the Hiroshima region, Miyake Honten was originally specialized in the production of alcoholic beverages such as mirin (culinary sweet sake), shirozake (low-alcohol sweet sake), and shochu (traditional spirit made from sweet potato, rice and other ingredients). It was not until 1902 that the company started to produce sake.
Established in a region rich in naval industry, the brewery's sake was selected to supply the Japanese army's warships at the end of the 1920s, which allowed Miyake Honten to acquire a great reputation throughout the archipelago.
Serve at temperature
Reveals all its flavors at room temperature
Perfect with your cheeses, like a good wine!
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