Serve Chilled ~ Enjoy the Harmony of Sake
SHOULDN’T SAKE BE SERVED HOT?
Premium grade sake is usually served slightly chilled to fully enjoy the delicate nuances and aroma, which would otherwise be compromised through heating.
HOW IS SAKE GRADED?
Sake is graded by “how far the rice was polished before brewing”, which has a huge effect on the quality and flavor profile of the finished product. In general, the more the rice is milled, the higher the grade of Sake. More highly polished rice usually leads to lighter, more complex flavor profiles. A higher polish rids the “impurities” (fats, proteins, amino acids), which reduces the chance of hangovers.
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Shirakabegura us carefully crafted using Gohhyakumangoku Sake rice, the renowned Miyamizu waters which flow abundantly through the Nada region, and with the hearts and souls of its seasoned creators.
Kochi faces the Pacific Ocean, a region where the powerful Black Current flows nearby. Suigei, or “The Drunken Whale”, plays homage to the magnificent king of the ocean, freely roaming the vast oceans of the Pacific.