By: Melissa Smith |
K&L Staff Member |
Review Date: 5/11/2010
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I donít know that I was enlightened enough to write 1000 poems like the fabled poet, but maybe a haiku or two in appreciation of the rich mouth feel, the honeydew and kabocha, and the clean finish. A delightful; sake to pair with spicier pan Asian dishes.
On a side not, I was recently given the opportunity to taste this sake as a Namazake, or unpasturized, and it came out decidedly meaty, wild, and bready by comparison. It was an eyeopening tasting that proved namas are not always better than when they are tamed by pasturization.