Niigata Prefecture, Japon

Founded in 1881, a relatively young brewery, Kikusui is still run by the same family, currently the 5th generation. Over the years, Kikusui has endured many hardships, the low availability of rice for brewing, labor shortages and declining sales, during the difficult post-war years.

Brasserie de saké japonais de Kikusui, Préfecture de Niigata, Japon

But the greatest challenges were the Niigata earthquake in 1964, then the Kaetsu floods in 1966 and 1967 where, for two consecutive years, the brewery was destroyed and washed away. Despite adversity, Kikusui is still committed to producing the best quality sake and as drink preferences change over time, Kikusui is constantly developing new products. From humble beginnings, Kikusui is today a major player in sake worlf, but has stuck to her original vision of creating sake that can be enjoyed by a large audience.

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Japanese sake bottle Kikusui Junmai ginjo 30cl
Made with a very special brewing technique at with fermentation at a low temperature and much longer than usual. When tasting it we find a sake with light traits. Light and yet at the same time rich and tasty 菊水 純米吟醸 菊水酒造(新潟県) 30cl - alc. 15.5% vol.
€12.00Price
Japanese sake bottle Kikusui Junmai ginjo 30cl
Made with a very special brewing technique at with fermentation at a low temperature and much longer than usual. When tasting it we find a sake with light traits. Light and yet at the same time rich and tasty 菊水 純米吟醸 菊水酒造(新潟県) 30cl - alc. 15.5% vol.
€12.00Price