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Rice black miso 200g


7,80 € tax incl.

Description: This black miso is made by aging for 2 years the “Ginjo Magosaemon” miso of the same producer. The “Ginjo Magosaemon” is a sweet miso with a lot of rice koji, made from Akita Komachi rice cultivated in the Akita prefecture. It also contains Yuzawa high quality soybeans. By aging slowly, the miso turns black, rich and sweeter. Miso from Akita, a rice producing region, are known to be of excellent quality. They use more rice koji. This miso has low salt content.

Flavor: It has a sweet and umami flavor, well balanced.

Use: This black miso is very universal. It can be used not only in Japanese dishes such as miso soup, stews or dengaku miso sauce, but also as a secret ingredient of European dishes. It will bring depth and body to pasta sauces, beef stew and demi-glace sauces.

Ingredients: Rice (58,2%), Soybean (29,1%), Salt (12,7%).

Allergen: Soybean

Preservation: Keep in a cool, dry place, away from light. Keep refrigerated after opening. 

Origin: Japan

Shelf life: 1 year

Container: Plastic cup

The Ishimago brewery was funded by Sir Ishikawa in the middle of the 19th century. At first, it brewed soy sauce. Since its foundation, the traditional brewing methods have been preserved and the production remains hand-made. The brewery only uses made in Japan products, including the wood barrels and the koji buta, the wood recipients used to make koji. 

In order to brew soy sauce and produce miso, a hard human work is needed. All the ingredients and finished products are carried several times by the brewers during the making process. It might seem crazy, but the brewery is convinced that to produce living products such as theirs, nothing equals the human eye and touch. The brewery is proud to offer craft-made products that valorize what nature has to offer. 

The main and original warehouse of the brewery is registered as national cultural site, as it shows the architectural changes between the Meiji and Taisho eras. The others warehouses are also registered, and the brewery contributes to national heritage preservation. 

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