This sake won the Gold Award in “Sake served in Wine Glass Award 2011”. This sake starts with a sweet fruity nose and surprises the drinker with a complex palate of rich rice and anise spice.
This sake pairs very well with fried dishes – such as tempura, spring rolls or crab cakes.
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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