• Miyakanbai Ichigo Strawberry Sake (720ml)
宮寒梅 陽のしずく いちご酒
  • Miyakanbai Ichigo Strawberry Sake (720ml)
宮寒梅 陽のしずく いちご酒
  • Miyakanbai Ichigo Strawberry Sake (720ml)
宮寒梅 陽のしずく いちご酒
  • Miyakanbai Ichigo Strawberry Sake (720ml)
宮寒梅 陽のしずく いちご酒

Miyakanbai Ichigo Strawberry Sake (720ml) 宮寒梅 陽のしずく いちご酒

$59.00

An abundance of strawberries from old vines cultivated in Miyagi Prefecture near the brewery are blended with Miyakanbai Ginjo Grade sake to produce a wonderful liquer style sake with optimal fruitiness.

style
Sweet/Dessert
availability
Year Round
on the palate
viscous strawberry pulp
on the nose
fresh strawberry
RPR (Rice Polishing Ratio)
Unpublished
 
Bottles available: 9

Lavish use of strawberries from 70 year-old vines infused in high grade sake.

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Characteristics特徴

Prefecture
Miyagi
Rice
Local Miyagi Rice
Alcohol
6.0%
SMV (Sake Meter Value)
unpublished
Acidity
unpublished
Water Source
Water from a well containing subsoil water from Naruse River
Yeast
Local Miyagi Kobo

How to enjoy楽しみ方

Recommended pairings
On the rocks with a splash of soda or tonic
Serving temperature
5°-10°
Serving vessels
Rock Glass

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08/03/2022
Helen S.
Singapore Singapore

Love it

Really so smooth and so yummy didn’t feel like drinking sake at all. Instead taste more like alcoholics smoothie and my kids love it too (they are of age)

02/03/2023

SAKE MAMA | 日本酒ママ

Hi Helen, Miyakanbai Ichigo Sake is one of the few Sake that I will enjoy on the rock. Do try it out and let us know. Thank you! (whew, you got me worried) Kanpai Buddy, Ivan

Kanbai Shuzo 寒梅酒造

Kanbai Shuzo, the producers of Miyakanbai sake, are the only cultivation brewers in Miyagi prefecture. Cultivation brewers are those extra dedicated individuals who manage all processes of the creation of their sake starting with rice cultivation. Both rice farming and brewing are carried out in the endless countryside landscape of the Osaki Plain.Kanbai Shuzo cultivates four types of sake rice on their land, the Aikoku, Hiyori, Miyamanishiki and Yamadanishiki. 20% of their total sake production is made with their home cultivated sake rice and the remaining 80% is made exclusively with Miyagi grown rice from local farmers.