I feel that, while sake from microbreweries in various places in Japan is of course enjoyable, sake connoisseurs must evaluate sake from major companies such as Ozeki without prejudice.
Speaking of Ozeki, I was recently given a bottle of nigorizake named "Josen Karatanba Aragoto" of the same company, and I drank it Monday.
Having been stored in a fridge, the upper part was less clouded.
First, I had a cup of the less clouded part. It was quite dry.
Then, I had the next cup after shaking the bottle sufficiently.
The sake tasted a bit young, which was not bad. Also, I felt fine particles of moromi on my tongue.
In spite of high alcohol content, it could be drunk easily.
Very soon, I emptied the 720-ml bottle.
Oh, it is fun to drink nigorizake!
Josen Karatanba Aragoto (Ozeki Co., Ltd.)
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