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- It is blended with a special blend and aged for three years. The appearance is amber in color, and the aroma is smoky, like roasted almonds, with a hint of spice, reminiscent of coriander seeds. The taste is dry after the mid-palate, but also has a deep richness. It is also on the menu at a long-established eel restaurant in Ginza as a standard sake. It can be enjoyed as an adult dessert by pouring it over vanilla ice cream.
- Rice and Rice koji
- Yamadanishiki, Tamakae, Gohyakumangoku
- The unique nut, mushroom, and faint smoke aroma is the best match for eel.