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Choya Sake

72cl

£7.11 (Approximate price)

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Type Of Wine: white wine
Category:Sake (Other drinks)
Producer: Choya
Volume: 72cl
Alcohol Vol.: 14.5%
Country: Japan
TASTING NOTES: Colour: Amber Aroma: The scent is authentically evocative of warm cooked rice underneath subtle fruity notes Taste: A smooth texture and dry taste similar to what to the scent alludes. Sake is traditionally served warm but can also be poured over ice. It is best paired alongside Japanese cuisine such as sashimi, teriyaki, and sushi. Best enjoyed young as it does not necessarily improve with age. PRODUCER: Choya was founded by the Koya family in 1914. The company originally focused winemaking but made the decision to begin making Umeshu in 1959 and is now the largest producer of Umeshu in the world. Choya aims to create a variety of high-quality alcoholic beverages including fruit liqueur, brandy, wine, and sake. COUNTRY: Japan PRODUCTION DETAILS: Sake is an alcoholic drink from Japan that has been made for thousands of years, using rice as a base ingredient. Choya Sake 72cl was expertly created using locally grown non-GMO rice from the Nara province. The rice was carefully polished and then slowly fermented at low temperatures with soft mineral water from the same province special rice yeast called "Koji". This process creates a rich and rice-centric flavour in the final product. ALCOHOL: 13.5%

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Choya Sake

TASTING NOTES:

  • Colour: Amber
  • Aroma: The scent is authentically evocative of warm cooked rice underneath subtle fruity notes
  • Taste: A smooth texture and dry taste similar to what to the scent alludes. Sake is traditionally served warm but can also be poured over ice. It is best paired alongside Japanese cuisine such as sashimi, teriyaki, and sushi. Best enjoyed young as it does not necessarily improve with age.

PRODUCER: Choya was founded by the Koya family in 1914. The company originally focused winemaking but made the decision to begin making Umeshu in 1959 and is now the largest producer of Umeshu in the world. Choya aims to create a variety of high-quality alcoholic beverages including fruit liqueur, brandy, wine, and sake.

COUNTRY: Japan

PRODUCTION DETAILS: Sake is an alcoholic drink from Japan that has been made for thousands of years, using rice as a base ingredient. Choya Sake 72cl was expertly created using locally grown non-GMO rice from the Nara province. The rice was carefully polished and then slowly fermented at low temperatures with soft mineral water from the same province special rice yeast called "Koji". This process creates a rich and rice-centric flavour in the final product.

ALCOHOL: 13.5%

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Choya Sake 72cl

4 /5

- For over 1000 years, sake has been produced from rice, grown in the Nara region of western Japan, and slowly fermented with special 'Koji' rice yeast and soft mineral water from Nara, to produce the unique and world famous drink from Japan, Sake.
- Choya sake is produced from locally grown rice in Nara Province which they guarantee to be entirely free of genetically-modified product. Sake is best enjoyed young and does not improve with age.
- Usually, sake is enjoyed warm, poured from the tokkuri (pourer), warmed in hot water, and sipped delicately from Sakazuki (Sake drinking cups), to be enjoyed with traditional Japanese foods, or even poured over ice as a western cocktail.
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Choya Sake 72cl

4 /5

Jag noterade en stark färg. Doft av honung.Denna Languedoc Roussillon smakade som den borde, som druva.
Det är ett vit som kombineras med skaldjur från medelhavet.
Första gången jag drack det med folket från Choya.
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4 /5

Boa combinação com marisco. Ofereci por compromisso.
Cor viva e bonita. Aroma principal a flor de Acácia. Um branco muito equilibrado.
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