Tozai

Snow Maiden

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This sake is named after Hanako, or “Flower Maiden”, the most famous Japanese koi fish that lived for 226 years in the snowy, icy waters at the foot of Japan’s Mt. Ontake.

Tozai’s iconic nigori sake is also packaged into an accessible, pocket-sized can.

Tasting Notes

Bright and fresh with a lovely ricey and fruity combination. Flavors of honeydew melon, raw pumpkin, and radish. Creamy texture and full body.

Food Pairing

Try with spicy foods, crab, pork, or spicy tuna poke.

Prefecture

Kyoto

Style Profile

Nigori (Cloudy)

Seimaibuai

70%

Base Rice

Gohyakumangoku & Gin-Ohmi

Grade

Junmai Nigori

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