This is an elegant sake with a very light fruity aroma, light body and crisp finish. In 2011 the brewery decided to make this sake its flagship and accordingly, from that year’s vintage onwards the sake formerly known as Ōtemon acquired the name of the brewery, Mori no Kura, and a new, more modern design. Although the brewery Mori no Kura categorizes this as their ginjō sake, it has a very luxurious, daiginjō–level polishing rate. It’s neither dry nor sweet, but gives impressions of both as it travels through the mouth. Drink cold or warmed up. When warmed up slightly, it will grow in body.
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