Wakaze X L'Atelier du Saké Ispahan Rose

Saké - Nihonshu - 13% - 75 cl

Born from the collaboration between L'Atelier du Saké and the Wakaze brewery founded in France near Paris, this atypical sake represents the meeting between Japanese tradition and different flavors of the world.

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Born from the collaboration between L'Atelier du Saké and the Wakaze brewery founded in France near Paris, this atypical sake represents the meeting between Japanese tradition and different flavors of the world.

Called "Ispahan Rose", this sake is the brewing of local spring water with japonica rice from Camargue to which are added to ferment together: lychees from Reunion Island, raspberries and buds of the delicate Ispahan rose grown in France.

L'Atelier du Saké, Takuma Inagawa the founder and President of Wakaze and Shoya Imai, the Toji or Master Brewer, offer you a sake characterized by a beautiful pink color and a magnificent rose fragrance accompanied by fruity touches of raspberry and lychee that spreads in the mouth during tasting. The umami of the rice from the south of France will coat the palate with sweetness and roundness.

Ideal for bringing a touch of originality to the aperitif, Ispahan Rose sake can also be wonderfully paired with creamy or chocolate-based desserts.

Founded in 2019 in Fresnes, near Paris, the young Wakaze brewery is the first French artisanal Sake House. Ambitious and creative, Inagawa san its founder had set himself the challenge of creating a sakagura at the gates of Paris to offer sakes brewed with the know-how of Japan and ingredients from France.

Détails

Details Wakaze X L'Atelier du Saké Ispahan Rose

Type

Saké - Nihonshu

Category

Junmai

Brewery

Wakaze Sakagura

Region

France - Paris

Strength

13%

Volume

75 cl

Polishing Rate

90% (Rice Grain remaining)

Ingredient

Roses, litchis & raspberry

Rice Type

Camargue Japonica Rice

Packaging

Bottle only

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Flowery

Flowery

Wild flowers, cereals, hay, grass, aromatic herbs, ...

Serve chilled

Serve chilled

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

Desserts

Desserts

Goes perfectly with the sweetness of your desserts

Red fruits

Red fruits

Notes of Sherry, strawberry, blackberry, black currant, ...