It is fundamental sake for Kubota brand. Subtle, clean and dry sake with crisp and sharp finish. It has quiet nose and coffee, sesame seeds, caramel and popcorn notes on the palate. Clean finish that leads to next sip.

 

Kubota is dubbed as the quintessential representative of Niigata sake. The company (Asahi Shuzo) is the largest in Niigata, which is the third largest sake-producing region in Japan. The kura has long been innovative and was one of the first breweries to switch from wooden tanks to ceramic lined steel tanks in the late 1920s, way ahead of its counterparts in Japan. This, without doubt, has helped create the light, dry yet refined style that is Kubota.

 

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Kubota Hyakuju (Niigata) Tokubetsu Honjozo "100 Long Lives" 朝日酒造 久保田 百寿 特別本醸造

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    • Saké Type: Tokubetsu Honjozo
    • ABV: 15%
    • Rice Polishing Ratio: 60%
    • Rice Varieties: Gohyakumangoku & Local Rice
    • Serving Suggestion: chilled

     

    Super Saver Offer

    720ml: 6-pack super saver for £143.95 only (= £23.99 per bottle)


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