Jyunmai Ginjyo Hyotanbin Gold
‘Hyotanbin’ is a reference to the unique shape of the travel-friendly bottle. Hyotan is the Japanese name for a type of gourd that is this undulating shape. Take Hakkaisan junmai ginjo hyotanbin sake on picnics or holidays to add instant Japanese elegance to meals or gatherings.
Sake Style: Junmai Ginjo
Rice: Yamadanishiki, Gohyakumangoku & Miyamanishiki
Milled down to 50%
Drinking temperature: 5-10°C
Food pairing suggestion: seafood, grilled fish, light meats
Brewery: Hakkaisan, Niigata Prefecture
Ingredients: water, rice, rice koji.
Alc.: 15.5% ABV
Hakkaisan junmai ginjo hyotanbin sake. It is best enjoyed chilled, either alone or with lightly grilled fish and fresh seafood. The aroma is slightly fruity and nutty, but with savoury mineral notes that translate to a very clean palate. The well-balanced nature of this junmai ginjo sake means it can be enjoyed by sake lovers and novices alike.