Tatsuuma-Honke Brewing

辰馬本家酒造

Prefecture: Hyogo

Founded in 1662, this brewery is located in the Nada district, Japan’s foremost sake brewing area, and uses the famed Miyamizu water to brew the Hakushika brand of sake that is known and celebrated all across Japan.

  • Hakushika Ginjo Namachozo

    Type of Sake: Ginjo
    Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki, Nihonbare
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV: 60% / 13-14%
    Best Served: On the rocks, Chilled, Room temp.

    A delicate aroma hinting at sweet soy and steamed rice gives way to a well-balanced body with creamy apple flavours, pleasant astringency, and creamy apple flavours. Pair with steamed seabass or grilled vegetables served with bagna càuda anchovy-garlic dip.

  • Hakushika Tokubetsu Honjozo Yamadanishiki

    Type of Sake: Tokubetsu honjozoshu
    Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV: 70% / 14-15%
    Best Served: On the rocks, Chilled, Room temp.

    A medium intensity aroma opens into an intriguing mix of flavours and tastes: sweetness that is floral (sugar cane), tart (apple compôte) and spicy (roasted pineapple) combined with umami from miso and mushroom. Try with teriyaki chicken or grilled mushroom.

  • Hakushika Chokara

    Type of Sake: Futsushu
    Rice Variety: Mix of locally grown
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV: - / 14-15%
    Best Served: On the rocks, Chilled, Room temp.

    Delicately aromatic nose with hints of mint chocolate, velvety banana and creamy cherry. This delicacy gives way to a rich and bold dryness punctuated with clear umami. Excellent with seared tuna served with ponzu, Parma ham and Parmesan cheese.

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