A incredibly fresh and lively nigori, while remaining silky, unctuous. It is to be enjoyed as is, for the pleasure of tasting, or as an accompaniment of shellfish, fish or fresh cheeses. Delightful with creamy oysters.
It is produced by a small traditional family brewery located on the Island of Kurahashi south of Hiroshima. It started in 1899 and was the first to bottled Kijoshu, sakes that are made and adjusted with sake.
A smooth and rich nigorizake, yet sharp and fresh
清盛 濃厚芳醇平安濁酒 榎酒造（広島県）
50cl - alc. 14% vol.