Detailed tasting notes: Koï Gold is a sake produced to commemorate the beginning of the Reiwa era. It is elegantly bottled in Takata Yaki, a special material from the Gifu region, between porcelain and ceramics, selected for its favorable interaction with sake. The bottle's carp-like KoÏ carp design is made of gold. It is a Junmai Daïginjo produced from Niigata's Koshitanrei rice. A sake intended for the contest, filtered in small canvas bags (fukurodori), without pressure. It is stored and matured in bottles at -2°C. On the tasting side, we have a fresh and clean sake. The nose is fruity, with fine notes of citrus fruits, pear, apple and melon. The acidity is reasonable, slightly sweet and well balanced. The finish is clean, keeping the depth of the umami of the Koshitanrei rice. A limited edition of 200 bottles numbered by the Kuramoto M. Tanaka.

  • Product Type Sake Nihonshu
  • Category Junmaï Daïginjo
  • Alcohol Alc. 17% Vol.
  • Format 72cl bottle
  • Producer Imayo Tsukasa Shuzo
  • Region Pref. of Niigata
  • Rice type Secret
  • Rice milling Secret
  • Tasting temp. Cold
  • Aromatic profile Expressive, fruity

Koï

Koï Gold is a sake produced to commemorate the beginning of the Reiwa era. It is elegantly bottled in Takata Yaki, a unique material, a specialty of the Gifu region, between porcelain and ceramics, selected for its favorable interaction with sake. The designs on the bottle are in gold.

Limited Edition 200 bottles

錦鯉 黄金 今代司酒造(新潟県)
72cl - alc. 17% vol.

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  • Sake Nihonshu
  • Junmaï Daïginjo
  • Alc. 17% Vol.
  • 72cl bottle
  • Imayo Tsukasa Shuzo
  • Pref. of Niigata
Imayo Tsukasa

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Koï Gold is a sake produced to commemorate the beginning of the Reiwa era. It is elegantly bottled in Takata Yaki, a unique material, a specialty of the Gifu region, between porcelain and ceramics, selected for its favorable interaction with sake. The designs on the bottle are in gold.

Limited Edition 200 bottles

錦鯉 黄金 今代司酒造(新潟県)
72cl - alc. 17% vol.