Toshimaya Miwatari Junmaiginjo Petillant

Sale price$50.80


A fizzy and sweet Junmai Ginjo produced under the direction of Louis Robuchon Abe, the son of famous chef Joel Robucon. Enjoy rich flavours of rice due to moromi fermentation. The first sip gives you a mild peach-like sweetness and ends with pleasant acidity.

The real Sake meaning
Sake is a Japanese word that refers to alcohol in general. Non-Japanese usually refer to "sake" as the specific alcoholic drink made from fermented rice which the rice has been polished to remove the bran. In Japan, people call this drink nihonshu (to differentiate it from "sake" which in Japanese can also refer to alcohol in general).

Sake Cocktail (Serves 1)
6 mint leaves (fresh)
1 tsp granulated sugar
½ lime (cut into small pieces)
10 tbsp sake
2 tbsp club soda
1 sprig of mint
1. Crush 6 fresh mint leaves, sugar and lime in a cocktail shaker.
2. Add and shake with 5 oz (150 ml) sake. Strain liquid into a glass filled with ice.
3. Top with club soda and mint.

Processed in:

720ml 15%

rice, malted rice

Preserve method:
To preserve the quality of the product, avoid direct sunlight/ places with high heat


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