Hideyoshi Flying Pegasus Koshu

Hideyoshi (Suzuki Shuzoten)

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Classification

Daiginjo

Brewery Description

One of the oldest breweries in Akita, Suzuki Shuzoten has been run by the Suzuki family for 19 generations since its founding in 1689. Their sake still bears the name Hideyoshi, given to them by a feudal Lord who deemed the brewery one of the best in all of Akita. They have won numerous awards with their philosophy of innovation and tradition.

Tasting Notes

The ultimate aged sake, this Daiginjo is milled to 40% and produced in very limited quantities to ensure its exceptionally mellow flavor and elegant aroma. Enjoy it with cheese and nuts, or savor its depth with beef, mushrooms or rich entrees. This remarkable sake may be best after dinner or savored alone.

Food Pairing

Pairs well with cheese, nuts, beef, mushrooms and creamy entrees.

Production Information
Milling percentage:
40 %
Alcohol:
15-17 %
Rice:
Yamadanishiki, Akita Sake Komachi
SMV:
+4.5
Profile:
Dry
Yeast:
Proprietary Yeast
Acidity:
1.2
Water:
Medium-Hard
Serving Temperature:
Chilled
Size:
720ml
Production & Aging Practices
Aging Length:
3-8 years
Aging Type:
Bottle
Pasteurization:
Twice
Pressing:
Drip pressed

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