Size: 1.8 L
Class: Junmai Ginjo
Rice: Hokkaido Rice
Rice-Polishing Ratio: 45%
Brewery Location: Hokkaido Prefecture
Food Pairings: Sushi, Sashimi, White Fish dishes
Tasting Notes: Brewed with water from Asahikawa Hokkaido Taisetsu Mountain in great igloos made from Kamakura Ice. Has an elegant, gentle and slightly sweet aroma with a nice rice flavor. Clean, dry and sharp with a refreshing finish.
Awards: 2013 Japan Warm Sake Contest - Gold Prize
Brewery: Takasago Brewery (founded: 1980s)
In Takasago's quest for recognition as Hokkaido's most beloved sake brewery, they carve these words into each drop of precious sake - "Anzen (Safe), Anshin (Peace of Mind), Oishii (Delicious)". In 1990, they began utilizing their unique Ice Dome/Igloo Room brewing method - at night, temperatures reach -15ºC! Despite the extreme conditions, the brewery strives to create a kind of sake that can truly only be produced in Ashikawa, Hokkaido Prefecture.