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Heiwa Shuzo KID Hiyaoroshi Junmai Ginjo

stone fruit, chestnut, rock sugar.
Original price $39.00 - Original price $39.00
Original price
$39.00 - $39.00
Current price $39.00
Size: 720ml

The nose on this super popular single-pasteurized fall draft seasonally released brew is a cool collection of rock sugar, whipping cream, sweet potato, brown sugar, sweet buns, and banana bread aromas. The Kid Hiyaoroshi is always a walk on the fruity side for fall draft sake. That is their lane and they stay in it. But this season, there is a little sumpin sumpin that would appeal to savory fans too. Light and juicy, it drinks bright, silky, and almost water-like with medium body and a happy acidity. The first flavors to pop are stone fruits like peach and plum, with a little nectarine and kumquat, that pivot into a sweet chestnut and yogurt pretzel with a rock sugar finish. Still fruity, this brew is a wine drinker’s Hiyaoroshi for all of that plump acidity and freshness. WORD: Fruity WINE: Zesty Reds/Lemony Whites BEER: Hefeweizen FOODS: Sushi, sashimi, grilled white fish, oysters, shellfish, ponzu dishes, and lemon-based fare. (2023)


The nose on this seasonally released single-pasteurized brew is a mild collection of apple, mineral, pear, and sweet rice aromas. It’s Fall again so it’s time for KID’s new world old-school offering for the autumn seasonal foods with fatty fish and rich dishes. In a word, it is a fruity Hiyaoroshi in a world where they typically drink savory and rich. But this brew is rich; fruity rich with loads of fruit flavors that are relaxed in the glass and give off a smooth and round personality. It’s a very enjoyable sake that appeals to all sake drinkers. Look for cherry, pear, raspberry, peach, pomegranate, plum, and citrus flavors that tingle around with a tasty cooked apple finish. As the fluid warms more umami appears and the brew gets more lush. Fleshy and fruity this KID is dying to meet your favorite Autumn cuisines. WORD: Fruity WINE: Rich Reds/Deep Whites BEER: Fruity Ales FOODS: Fall fatty fare with richness and complexity. (2021)