Otokoyama Tokubetsu Junmai Can 'Namacho'

Can o'yum. Namazake (unpasteurised) by Otokoyama, which was founded in Hokkaido in 1887. Crafted with the water that trickles out of the perpetual snows of Daisetsuzan – one of the hundred most celebrated mountains in Japan – this sake is light, smooth and insanely approachable. The nose evokes all kinds of things – brown rice, wood, citrus, nut, apple, bamboo, caramel. On the palate, friendly fruits like melons and citrus with steamed rice glide down your throat like a gently flowing river. Happy savoury ending. So, so clean, and dry. Chill; or enjoy at room temp.

Type Sake || Region Hokkaido || ABV 15% || Vol 180ml