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Saké Dassai 45 Junmai Daiginjo 16% - 720ml

Marque : Dassai


Usual price 36.00 €
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Unit price 50.00 €  by  l
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"There is no reason for us to develop a sake if it is not really delicious", this is Dassai's vision!

It is here using 45% polished Yamada-Nishiki rice that this sake offers fruit aromas and delicate sweetness. We find on the nose of white fruit scents such as pear or muscat grapes which are contrasting by a slight acidity which evokes tropical fruits and citrus fruits.

On the palate, his attack is powerful, with flavors around the fermentation of rice and chestnut. Its finish is sweet, refreshing and invigorating. 

You can chambry it before a meal and serve it very fresh. 

Dassai products must be kept in the refrigerator in order to preserve their aromatic subtlety and organoleptic quality. 

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Meal accompaniment

Rice (Japan), rice climb kôji

Keep cool. After opening, consuming during the week.

Serve fresh and in a wine glass

"Dassai" literally means "Festival de la otre". This term was used a long time ago in the prefecture of Yamaguchi because many otters were frightened in the neighboring rivers. The otters spread the fish they had caught on the shore, almost as if they showed them - as we do during a festival. A famous haiku poet, Masaoka Shiki, took "Dassai" as a feather name because he often scattered his reading equipment in his room like the otters scatter the fish. More importantly, Masaoka revolutionized Japanese literature during the Meiji era. And because Dassai also wants to transmit this notion, within the framework of the philosophy of the elaboration of sake. According to Dassai, "to make sake is to have dreams: to open a new era of the sake". This means that they will never be obsessed with traditional traditions or techniques. On the contrary, they want to revolutionize the manufacture of sake and produce a sake like no one has ever tasted it.

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