Kijoshu Hanahato 8-Years Storage Sake 500ml
Kijoshu Hanahato 8-Years Storage Sake 500ml
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Kijoshu Hanahato 8-Years Storage Sake 500ml

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Enoki Sake Brewery
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華鳩 貴醸酒8年貯蔵_Kijoshu Hanahato 8-Years Storage Sake 

Kojoshu is a rich and sweet sake made with sake instead of water.

Features & Details

  • Hiroshima
  • Enoki Sake Brewery Co. Ltd.
  • Midseason sake meter value: -44 acidity: 3.4
  • Alcohol content: 17 %


This Sake is aged for more than 8 years and is a unique liquor.
It is often described as having a taste like sherry, Madira or fine Shaoxing wine.

This "Kishu-shu" is very popular with drinkers from all over the world and the few who are fanatical about old sake.
It is also a popular drink among women.
Would you like to drink it with chocolate or dessert?
We especially recommend the bitters and chocolate with nuts and dried fruits.

It's a popular dessert for adults, served over vanilla ice cream!


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What is Kijoshu?
Kijoshu was developed by the National Tax Agency's Brewing Laboratory for use by foreign guests at state guesthouses and other places where they are invited to toast to sake.

<It was developed in 1973 by Dr. Sato and his colleagues at the National Tax Agency's Brewing Laboratory as a "premium sake unique to Japan".

It was named "Kijo-shu" as "a premium sake comparable to noble wine".

Sake is made from rice, rice kouji and water, but the most important feature of noble brew is that it is made from sake instead of water. This is a At the end of the three-stage brewing process, Junmai sake is used instead of the brewing water in the tome. Since it is brewed with sake, the alcohol fermentation of yeast proceeds slowly and the sake has a rich and mellow aroma with high extract content.

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Following the world's largest wine fair, IWC 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
IWC 2019, our 9th gold medal in the old sake category in the SAKE category!