Kisaki 50 has an elegant but rich flavor as it name represents because ”Kisaki” (后) means Queen in Japanese. It uses "Yamada Nishiki" (山田錦), a kind of King of sake rice, which they cultivate and harvest by themselves very carefully and pick up the best ones. It is said that this Yamada Nishiki rice is so superb that a grower may wants to keep it for themselves. They also use pure water from "Tateyama Renpo" (立山連峰), so-called Japan Alps, which wins a fame as one of the best waters in Japan, to brew this Kisaki.
50 represents a rice milling rate of 50% to be qualified as Daiginjo. Kisaki 50 is served at a prominent hotel in Tokyo. Please enjoy a harmony of dance by King and Queen.
|Type of Sake||Junmai Daiginjo|
|Sake Rice||Yamada Nishiki (Toyama Pref.)|
|Rice Milling Rate||50%|
|Character||Rich and deep flavor|
|Serve||Recommended to be chilled under 5-10℃|