The flavor is initially subdued, before it unfolds the rich and solid sake that it is. While nestled comfortably in tanks chilled by literal tons of pure white snow, it develops into a round and smooth sake with a subtle and fine aroma and a mellow, dry finish.
As they utilize the traditional Yamahai brewing method, this Kubota Hekiju is granted extra deep flavors, yet still carries a light and clean mouthfeel and swallows easily. Best enjoyed at body temperature or chilled.
Aiming for a Sake that can be enjoyed with a meal, Kubota Senjyu boasts a modest bouquet and a timeless flavor that one does not tire of drinking. Velvety mouthfeel and excellent chilled, but this Ginjo is quite amicable to being enjoyed warmed as well.