Nechi Otokoyama Tokubetsu Honjozo Nama “Yukimizake”
*NOTE: This sake is unpasteurized. We can ship unpasteurized sake, however it is at the customer's discretion. It's best to avoid shipping unpasteurized sake during extremely hot summers or freezing cold winters. When completing a purchase of unpasteurized sake from True Sake, you are giving us the OK to ship unpasteurized sake to you. Feel free to call or email us if you have more questions.
The nose on this amazing seasonally released unpasteurized sake is a gentle collection of citrus, mineral water, cantaloupe, mint, and grapefruit aromas. Say hello to a superb Niigata-style Nama made by a brewer who grows all of his own “estate” rice. How does light but intense sound? Clean, crisp, minty, minerally, and cool this brew literally drinks like a spring, a liquid spring that starts tight and crisp then launches into a bright flavor field with a mineral tingly finish. Sounds lively right? Look for grape, snowmelt, peach, kiwi, powder sugar, and grapefruit flavors that drink bright and dry! This is exciting sake that is refreshing and awakens the senses with an 18%ABV and a very clean mouth feel. WORD: Clean WINE: Brisk Reds/Crisp Whites BEER: Crisp Ales FOODS: Shellfish, sushi, sashimi, oysters, caviar, citrus-based dishes and salads. (2022)
The nose on this seasonally released unpasteurized sake is a fun collection of green apple, mineral snowmelt, and cut grass aromas. We are very excited to have this awesome sake back in stock, because it drinks like early spring. It is a very clean Nama that is drinks with an elegance and complexity that speaks to those who like to pull subtle flavors in their brews. Clean, light, and dry it has a lot of body for being so pristine. There are flinty and mineral snowmelt-like flavors that have layers of tangerine, grilled lemon, and lemon custard licks that are lively and clean. This special sake brings out the best in seasonally released brews that are fun and fresh, and have an 18% alcohol content that you can’t even taste. WORD: Clean WINE: Soft Reds/ Dry Whites BEER: Light Beer FOODS: Salty, oily, savory grilled fare, fried foods, bar snacks. (2020)