A follow up act after the well received Inei made the year before. This sake is made with a similar
specification with some tweaking in some details. A daiginjo glass or alternatively, a burgundy wine glass should be used. It is a special experience to drink them together or one after the other to see the contrast. We recommend to start with “Ni”.
The “Ni” is much more subtle and delicate sake. It has a noticeable gentle acidity, almost a milky like palate. It is subtle yet complex and it can be even enjoyed by itself without food.
This sake is excellent with:
Kame No O亀の尾
Rikyubai is named after a cherry tree in the garden of the brewery. It is the traditional label consumed around the brewery for decades.
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