The “Beau Zone Layer” – Emishiki “World Peace” Jummai Ginjo
SMV: -7 Acidity: 1.6
There aren’t a lot of sake named “World Peace'' out there these days, which makes this complex brew all the more confident. First look at that label – speaks volumes doesn't it? Throw in the fact that the brewers use a “Hana Kobo”, flower yeast, to eat up all of that yummy Yamadanishiki brewing rice. You’re starting to see that this brew is different. Now take a peek at the SMV and Acidity. Next, look at a complex red wine drinker’s sake that excels in a wine glass. Sometimes complexity is not delicious, the libation tastes like a struggle. This is not the case with Emishiki. The confidence exudes from each glorious smooth sip that pushes fourth deep rich fruit tones on a very chewy fluid that eats as much as it sips. Some sake are as much an experience as they are just a brew, and this World Peace is an experience worth not missing. Play with big bowls.