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- Tasted cold (room temperature) or warmed to human skin, it has a mild aroma and a smooth throat feel. Generally, junmai sake has a high percentage of ginjo aroma, sweetness, and acidity. Hatsuhana" values the balance of these elements and dares not to be too assertive in pursuit of its individuality. It is a sake that can accompany meals for a long time, even if it does not push out strongly. The rice is polished to 55%, whereas it is normally 60%. This difference shows in the taste.
- Tokubetsu Junmai
- Rice and Rice koji
- Koshidariya (variety of rice)