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Junmai Daiginjo Dewanoyuki Yukimegami
Yuki Megami (Snow Goddess)
40% polished Yukimegami, the famous Yamagata Prefecture rice ideal for sake brewing. Has a pure and clear aroma. A junmai daiginjo with a sweet and delicate taste that evokes delicious apples.
Sawamasamune Daiginjo Benibanaya Jubei
"A fragrant, dry daiginjo that bears the name Jubei, the safflower merchant who was the first head of our family business.
Made from 100% Yamada Nishiki rice from Hyogo Prefecture."
Hanauyo Dewa33 Junmai Ginjo
Made using 50% polished Dewasanzan rice, an ideal sake brewer's rice, and yeast from Yamagata, this sake is created entirely in Yamagata – everything from the rice, water, koji mold and yeast to the people. It is a junmai ginjo, slowly fermented at low temperature using traditional hand-crafted techniques. It has a mellow taste and richness, and is characterized by its rich aroma and sharpness.