- Daiginjo Onikoroshi Sake
- Japan > Shizouka Prefecture
- White, Touch Sweet, Medium-Bodied, Floral, Soft
- Go outside the (bento) box and serve Sake with non-Japanese dishes.
- Try a Cajun-spiced tuna salad
- salmon carpaccio with lemon aioli and a pork rind crumble
- or pan-seared scallops with spinach and shiitakes.
Eyes: Pale Yellow
Nose: Medium-High Intensity, youthful, floral, green fruit, tropical fruits
Mouth: Medium Bodied, off-dry, low-medium acidity, moderate-high intensity, medium finish, honeysuckle, melon, lychee
- Onikoroshi translates as Demon Slayer and the story goes that sake from Shizouka Provence (best known for its exceptional green tea) is so good that it would kill a demon. Wakatake is soft, with a hint of sweetness and can tame hot spices as well as demons.
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