Ty-Ku Sake 2012

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TY KU Super Premium Sake is one of the purest beverages on the planet – made from only four all natural ingredients: rice, water, yeast & koji. TY KU Sake utilizes 60% polished specialty sake rice (with 40% of the impurities removed from every individual grain) and pristine, iron-free, naturally filtered water, proprietary yeast and hand-made koji. Specially brewed in a craft style with no additives or preservatives. For the first time outside of Japan, TY KU Sake offers a truly super premium product without the super premium price tag. Refined, smooth flavor profile with peach on the nose and a subtle hint of spice underneath. Soft and creamy with deep viscosity that coats the palette resulting in a long finish which ends delightfully crisp. Depth and body pairs well with lighter Western fare (grilled white meats & cooked fish) yet are delicate enough to complement Asian cuisine.

Region: USA » Oregon » Willamette Valley

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Winery: Ty-ku
Color: White
Variety: Rice
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TY KU Super Premium Sake is one of the purest beverages on the planet – made from only four all natural ingredients: rice, water, yeast & koji. TY KU Sake utilizes 60% polished specialty sake rice (with 40% of the impurities removed from every individual grain) and pristine, iron-free, naturally filtered water, proprietary yeast and hand-made koji. Specially brewed in a craft style with no additives or preservatives. For the first time outside of Japan, TY KU Sake offers a truly super premium product without the super premium price tag. Refined, smooth flavor profile with peach on the nose and a subtle hint of spice underneath. Soft and creamy with deep viscosity that coats the palette resulting in a long finish which ends delightfully crisp. Depth and body pairs well with lighter Western fare (grilled white meats & cooked fish) yet are delicate enough to complement Asian cuisine.

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