Yaegaki: Futsu-Shu Sake

Yaegaki: Futsu-Shu Sake

Yaegaki brews pure rice sake with a rich local flavor using traditional methods and top-quality ingredients from traditions found in Banshu, Japan. The brewer is Reiko Kushibiki, the first female Sake Master in the United States.

In this review, I served this sake at a temperature of 50˚F; however, this sake can be served either hot or cold. The palate was delightfully light with grain of corn, anise and vodka characteristics. The finish was of anise, and a soft mineral-chalk note. This is a smooth, graceful, yet full-bodied sake. The mouth feel as well, is delicate and smooth. It is a very finesse experience, and very enjoyable for a change from other high-alcohol wines that hit hard with spice alcohol notes. Cheers!

Reviewed by:
Peter Kozlowski - EpicStyle


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