JYOSEN NAMAZAKE SAWANOTSURU SAKE
Most sake is pasteurized twice: once just after brewing, and once more before shipping. Nama-zake (生酒) is unique in that it is unpasteurized, and as such it has to be refrigerated to be kept fresh. While it of course also depends on other factors, it often has a fresh, fruity flavor with a sweet aroma.
Freshly cut apple, watermelon and rice bran on the nose. Candy apple upfront with a broad yet directional palate and pleasant acidity. Nama means unpasteurised and is designed to be drunk young and fresh.