What is Vintage SAKE?

“Sake, which has been aged in the brewery for more than 3 years, excluding sugar-added liquor” is defined as vintage sake.

Tradition Meets Legend.


By using traditional production techniques and aging, we can create sake with flavor far beyond expectations.

  • Beautiful and brilliant colors
  • Sweet and unique aged incense (dense and deep fragrance)
  • Softness when put in mouth
  • Enjoy the reverberation after swallowing for a long time

How to enjoy vintage sake.

Basically, it is recommended to drink at the aging temperature (deep ripening: normal temperature, light ripening: low temperature, etc.). Also, don't rush and drink, don't add quickly, please enjoy it slowly and slowly. Aged old sake is a liquor that can be enjoyed with time and temperature.

Charm of vintage sake

First, pour the aged old sake into a glass (a slightly larger mouth is good) and see the beauty of the shining color through the light. Next, shake the glass and bring it close to the nose, check the unique scent, and put it in your mouth. A gentle taste, aroma, and a sense of harmony and volume spread abundantly.

The appeal of aging old sake is the beauty of color. Depending on how you make and age the sake, it shines in a glass, from pale golden to scarlet to dark red ruby.

The fragrance has a sweet and unique aged scent (dignity, depth and noble scent), and you can enjoy the change after pouring into the glass.

The harmonious taste of sourness, sweetness, etc. is very deep, and it is the unique taste of aged sake that you can enjoy the soft spread when you put it in your mouth and the reverberation after swallowing for a long time. In addition, the sake goes well with Japanese cuisine as well as Chinese and Western dishes.

Delicious temperature, glass, and other ways to drink.

Long-term aging liquors are broadly classified into light, middle and deep ripening types, depending on how they are made and the aging temperature. The light-ripening type retains the characteristics of ginjo sake, so it is cooled (10-15 ° C). However, it is not allowed to cool too much. The middle and middle types are generally at room temperature, but they can be chilled according to their individuality and taste, or they can be brewed with a rich taste warmed (42 ℃).

The taste changes even if you change the sake bottle. The scent and taste of cups, cups, cupcakes, and wine glasses are different. First of all, we recommend a wine glass that allows you to check the color gloss and enjoy the rich and rich aroma.

In addition, there are various ways of tasting, such as warm koji, highball-style soda split, and cocktails using aged old sake. Please find your own way of enjoying and enjoy vintage sake.

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