Varietal: Gohyakumangoku Rice
Region: Chugoku, Japan
A high milling rate gives this Nigori the unique distinction of a higher grade than most cloudy sakes. The result is something that drinks leaner than a typical Nigori, with a bright flavor profile of toasty nuts, subtle fruit, and sweet rice backed by a crisp yet chewy texture. An elevated pairing for white fish or mushroom risotto, this will also easily quench the flames of a spicy noodle dish.