Sari in Sankrit means rice. It is from the Sankrit that the Japanese word “Shari” or “sushi rice” received its name. In a region renowned for its rice and seafood “Sari” is emerging as the perfect pair to your Echizen cuisine.
Mouri Shuzo has been making sake using traditional methods for over the last hundred years. Sasaki Kojiro has developed the secret sword skill known as “Turning Swallow Cut” at Ichijo waterfall. Moreover, swallows have been beneficial birds in Japanese wet-rice cultivation. They’re considered to be symbols of business success, as they say, “build a nest where their people come and go.” Inspired by this legend, they have adopted the swallow as the symbol of Sari. In their first year of producing Sari, swallows appeared at the brewery and began to nest. This was considered as a sign of good luck.
Clear crystal tone with a slight yellow cast. A subtle but refreshing aroma of fruits, ripe pear, and green bamboo comes through on the nose with a hint of steamed rice and camembert. This sake has well-balanced acidity, astringency, and bitterness creating a rich flavor which is equal parts
Pure rice wine that is cool and cool. Crystal tone with a sense of transparency. Mild smell derived from rice and a little Maillard reaction. It features mild caramel nuances. Plump, rich and deep taste. It leaves a pleasing finish on the finish. Well-seasoned dishes, salty dishes, and meat dishes.
A slightly yellowish natural coloring. The sake taste like ripe bananas and mushrooms, honey and maple syrup. It is a classic sake that can be drank naturally and smoothly.
Grade: Tokubetsu Junmai
Kake-Rice: Yamadanishiki, 60% Polishing
Koji-Rice: Yamadanishiki, 60% polishing