It will be the 👉 video introducing the recommended sake after a long absence.
This time, from among the Niigata sake that Takamin visited in February last month for the first time in a long time, I would like to take a look at "Soutenbo" brewed by Kawachu Sake Brewery, a sake brewery that has inherited the old tradition in Nagaoka City. increase.
When Takamin was young, the first sake he fell in love with was the famous sake from Niigata Prefecture, the country of sake.At that time, I think it was probably the first time in my life that I tasted a high-quality daiginjo sake that was cold and crisp.From then on, I think I gradually began to follow the path of a sake fan.
In a nutshell, the taste of the sake we are introducing this time is a sake that keeps the core of Niigata Prefecture's traditional "tanrei dry" that you won't get tired of drinking.It is a sake that does not interfere with any dish, is close to the ingredients, and yet maintains its own individuality and does not compromise.
Of course, you can drink stylish sake in a modern wine glass, but this one is a treasured treasure that can be proud of as a representative of Japanese culture. Japanese sake.
This was my second visit to Kawachu Sake Brewery, and on the day of my visit, Managing Director Kawachi kindly guided me through the brewery, and I was able to deepen my understanding of the brewery's brewing process. .At the tasting of Sotenbo after the tour, the first word that came out of the tour guests, including myself, was the word "delicious". Beyond that, it was truly an admirable sake that didn't require any words or unnecessary modifiers.
This time, I realized again that Takamin is a treasured sake that can definitely play a central role in promoting the sake export business.
From the end of March to the beginning of April, we plan to sell Niigata sake on our sake EC site "Takami Saketen". We are planning to start selling sake from Kawachu Brewery.It's Takamin that makes my heart flutter from now on. In the future, I hope that we will be able to introduce our recommended sake as regularly as possible so that we can tell all of our sake fans about our treasured collection of sake.
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Treasured Sake Takami Liquor Store
Manager: Takamin, the bartender (高见 Hiroyuki)