Hyakujuro Yamahaï
Hyakujuro Yamahaï

Hyakujuro Yamahaï

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A sake with a deep nose, marked by sweet and mellow notes. Iit becomes light in mmouth, creamy, with milky notes. Acidity is present. It is an easy drinking Yamahaï, lighter than other sakes in the same catégory. Interesting to heat to accentuate the acidity.

A light and easy-drinking Yamahaï, to be heated for the experience !

百十郎 山廃 林本店(岐阜県)
72cl - Alc. 15% vol.

About the brewery : Hayashi Honten is located on the southern edge of Gifu Prefecture in central Japan. It is run by Eriko Hayashi, who represents the 5th generation of owners of this typically family-run brewery. Hayashi Honten is a very interesting brewery in that it brings together, under one roof, a great mastery of all production techniques, ranging from ancient methods such as Yamahaï, to the most modern and pure Daïginjo, not forgetting aged sakes of the Koshu type. It is this eclecticism that we wanted to illustrate in this selection. The emblem of the revival of the Hayashi Honten brewery since it was taken over by Eriko Hayashi. The label refers to Kumadori, the very special way of applying make-up in Kabuki theatre.

Serving suggestions : A rather delicate Yamahaï, which makes it pleasant both as an aperitif and during a meal. To be enjoyed at different temperatures, even heated to accentuate its acidity.

Hayashi Honten (Gifu)
C3-02 (367)

Data sheet

Product Type
Sake Nihonshu
Junmaï Yamahaï
Alc. 15% Vol.
72cl bottle
Hayashi Honten
Pref. of Gifu
Rice type
Rice milling
Tasting temp.
Cold to hot
Aromatic profile
Rich, powerful

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Bottle of Japanese sake Hyakujuro Yamahaï Junmai 72cl

Hyakujuro Yamahaï

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