Tenroku Junmai Daiginjo 35% Polishing rate.
Many of our clients do get confused by the polishing rate as they thin its the alcohol content.
let me explain to lift the confusion, as “seimaibuai” (rice polishing ratio) is a description of the percentage of the rice grain that remains after a part of the rice has been polished away. For example, sake with 35% seimaibuai means that about 65% of the rice’s outer layer has been milled away.
In tenroku's case, 100KG of rice is needed to be polished so 35KG remain for the actual sake making process. This also makes the sake much more expensive along with it being hard to come by even in Japan.
This Junmai Daiginjo is made from 100% Yamada Nishiki, rice from Hyogo prefecture, along with ultra-soft water making this sake exceptionally smooth.
Instead of pressing the sake, it is hung into a bag to filter by gravity.
Enjoy this unique sake at Dojo or order it online from our website
Alcohol content 15%
Sake degree -1 ~ ± 0