Soma no tengu contains some depot of rice in the bottom that one can homogenize and stir before serving, or keep as is, without stirring, and enjoy the variations of flavors as the level of the bottle descends. It is interesting to note the evolution of taste after opening, on the same meal or after few days, keeping the bottle in the fridge.

  • Product Type Sake Nihonshu
  • Category Junmaï Usunigori Happo Nama
  • Alcohol Alc. 17% Vol.
  • Format 72cl bottle
  • Producer Uehara Shuzo
  • Region Pref. of Shiga
  • Rice type Yamadanishiki
  • Rice milling 59%
  • Tasting temp. Cold
  • Aromatic profile Refreshing, floral

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Soma no Tengu

Soma no Tengu

杣の天狗 純米 うすにごり 微発泡 生 上原酒造(滋賀県)
72cl - alc. 17% vol.


Fresh, fruity and rich
For this sake, fermentation is very slow, and filtration is carried out by the technique of funeshibori, through bags arranged on a wooden tray. It is fresh and fruity, rich and gives great bitterness. This is an “Usunigori” sake, that is to say slightly nigori (or unfiltered), it contains some rice deposit in the bottom.

Soma no Tengu

杣の天狗 純米 うすにごり 微発泡 生 上原酒造(滋賀県)
72cl - alc. 17% vol.


Fresh, fruity and rich
For this sake, fermentation is very slow, and filtration is carried out by the technique of funeshibori, through bags arranged on a wooden tray. It is fresh and fruity, rich and gives great bitterness. This is an “Usunigori” sake, that is to say slightly nigori (or unfiltered), it contains some rice deposit in the bottom.

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  • Sake Nihonshu
  • Junmaï Usunigori Happo Nama
  • Alc. 17% Vol.
  • 72cl bottle
  • Uehara Shuzo
  • Pref. of Shiga

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Soma no Tengu

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杣の天狗 純米 うすにごり 微発泡 生 上原酒造(滋賀県)
72cl - alc. 17% vol.


Fresh, fruity and rich
For this sake, fermentation is very slow, and filtration is carried out by the technique of funeshibori, through bags arranged on a wooden tray. It is fresh and fruity, rich and gives great bitterness. This is an “Usunigori” sake, that is to say slightly nigori (or unfiltered), it contains some rice deposit in the bottom.