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- It has aromas of banana, apple, and the rice and malted rice used to make it. It has an unassertive sweetness and an acidity that enlivens it, producing a distinct umami flavor. There are few impurities, and the sweetness and umami from Yamada-Nishiki is the main ingredient, achieving an exquisite overall balance. The use of Yamada-Nishiki gives it a pleasant bitterness with a pleasant umami in the latter half. It is designed to be served with food, and has a flavor typical of Japanese sake.
- Yamada Nishiki