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Meeto World Sake Tasting Notes: Mu “Nothingness” Sake

Mu “Nothingness” Sake – Presentation Transcript

  1. MU Junmai Daiginjo
  2. Brewery: Yaegaki Prefecture: Hyogo Ricetype: Yamadanishiki Seimaibuai: 50% Alcohol Content: 15% Sake Meter Value: +2.0 Acidity: 1.5 Sake Name English: Nothingness
  3. Tasting Notes This Junmai Dai Ginjo has won consecutive Gold Awards in the Monde Selection. This sake is best served chill as an aperitif. Enjoy this right before eating to prepare and stimulate the palate. Light Smooth Mouthfeel Fruity Dry and Perfectly Balanced Chiiled, Drink Before Eating
  4. Talking Points Hyogo Prefecture (Kansai Reigon) is most famous as the home of Kobe, Himeji Castle and the Hanshin Tigers This Junmai Dai Ginjo has won consecutive Gold Awards in the Monde Selection (8 years) Recommended Dishes This sake compliments light foods such as seafood and goes well with ponzu or acidic- flavored dishes
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A Sake Tasting Event: Mizbasho Bash at The Sake Shop Hawaii

I love this place and wanted to share this with you. I hope you can make it to support Malcolm and Nadine and to enjoy this great sake. Even if you can’t make the tasting I suggest you try The Sake Shop because they are super nice and are willing to help you with your sake selection. We talk about them alot on our Sake101 Podcast and you are doing yourself a diservice if you don’t visit them soon.

MIZBASHO is one of the more popular lines of sake at The Sake Shop. Their Junmai Ginjo and Daiginjo are both smooth and well balanced and their Sparkling PURE Sake is a champagne lover’s dream, made using the traditional French “méthode champenoise”. If you haven’t tried Mizbasho sake yet, now’s your chance!

Join us this Friday, March 26, 2010 from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm for a free sampling of the entire Mizbasho line of sake. Pouring for us that night will be Mr. Tomo Matsukuma of Silkroad Wine and Spirits, the US Importer for Mizbasho. Mr. Matsukuma is visiting us from Los Angeles and will be available for questions.

Mizbasho Junmai Daiginjo, Junmai Ginjo,
Sparkling PURE Sake & Sparkling Nigori
Mizuho Kuromatsu Kenbishi
Friday, March 26, 2010
6:00 pm to 7:45 pm

The Sake Shop
1461 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
Phone: 808-947-7253
Fax: 808-947-7254
Map: maps.google.com/maps

Metered parking available on King Street, Kaheka Street & Liona Street.  Pay lot located behind our building, enter from Liona Street.  Parking is free in pay lot ONLY after 5:30 pm on weekdays, 1:30 pm on Saturdays and all day on Sunday.

Hours of Business
10:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday – Saturday
10:00 am to 6:00 pm Sunday

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Sake Tasting: Tamanohikari Premium Junmai Ginjo – Juice Box Edition

It turns a bit slushy after you pour it in the ochoko. Kind of neat reaction. I got it at The Sake Shop but I’ve seen it at other places line SWAM in Pearl City and a few restaurants in town. Taste pretty good since it half frozen, it goes down so smooth. Drunkenness and Brain Freeze.. Awesome! Besides who could resist the Juice Box Edition. It’s like sippycups for the homeys.

photo by [@wedgelee]

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Meeto World Sake Tasting Notes: Kikusui Junmai Ginjo

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This deck is my sake tasting notes for MeetoWorld Sake101 Podcast reviewing Kikusui Junmai Ginjo Sake.

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