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Umeshu "Hanakohaku" Ume plum liquor 300ml (12,7°)

375

13,30 € tax incl.

Description : This umeshu is made with a Junmai sake base and natural plum extract. The producer used Nanko ume plums from Wakayama to make this natural extract. Nanko plums are high quality ume with an acid and fruity flavor that reminds of apricot.

Alcohol by volume: 12,7°

Flavor : This umeshu is more on the sweeter side with a refreshing acidity reminding citruses.

Use : This refreshing umeshu makes the perfect accompaniment to pork based dishes such as shabu shabu, yakiniku barbecue, sour-n-spicy pork as well as desserts like ice cream, sponge cake and fresh fruits. Drink it as an appetizer, as a dessert wine, chilled as it is or served with ice.

Ingredients : Water (45,4%), rice (26,2%), ume extract (sugar (11,5%), ume (11,5%)), koji (5,4%)

Preservation : Keep in a cool place, away from sunlight.

Origin : Japan

Shelf life : 

Container : Glass bottle

・The consumption of alcoholic beverages is forbidden for persons under the age of 18 according to french law.

・Good sake,good quantity, not too much.
・Pregnant women and mothers of small children should avoid drinking too much.

By placing an order on this site, you are certifying you are of legal age to purchase the item.

The brewery Tatsuuma Honke was founded in 1662 in Nishinomiya, located in Nada, between Osaka and Kobe. This city is well known for its sake production, thanks to high quality pure water, called miyamizu, access to premium quality rice and proximity of the sea. 

When it first started, the brewery did not exceed 20 kiloliters of production per year. With the improvement of brewing methods, the demand for quality sake increased. It was no longer only meant for nobles and warriors or special occasions. Sake was now spreading out to izakaya all over Japan. In the early 1800s the brewery was producing 250 kiloliters of sake per year, becoming one of the most important breweries in Japan and reaching the top in 1899 with more than 3000 kiloliters produced per year. In 1877, one of the brewery’s sake, named Hakushika, won a prize and became the flagship product of the brewery. The sake Hakushika was presented to the World Fair of Paris where it was awarded a gold medal. Hakushika means white deer in Japanese and refers to a Chinese legend according to which an emperor from the Tang dynasty met a white deer wearing a gold medal in the palace gardens. This medal stated that the deer was 1000 years old. The emperor interpreted this encounter as a sign of longevity and became the emperor of his dynasty who reigned the longest. With the name Hakushika, Tatsuuma Honke refers to its long history and the future they are building day by day.

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