Barrel Saké - Brandy -
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Barrel Series: Inspired by the traditional method of aging wine in oak barrels.
Cognac is one of the top three brandies in the world that can only be produced in France. This sake was brewed using the Kijo-shu (貴醸酒) method, a type of brewing technique that uses sake instead of water during the fermentation process. This results to its characteristic sweetness and rich taste like honey, and then it is matured for 2 months in cognac barrels.
This sake aged in Cognac barrels has a soft texture with a rich and intense aroma that evokes flavors such as honey, caramel, or dried fruits. The ideal pairing alongside a coq au vin or blue cheese, or simply a glass to relax after a meal.
- ABV(alcohol by volume)：14%
- Recommended storage temperature: 5°C
- Recommended temperature when enjoying: between 14°C and 16°C
- Ingredients: Camargue rice, French water, Rice-koji, THE CLASSIC sake
WE ARE WAKAZE
We are WAKAZE, a sake start-up that has been brewing sake with French ingredients since 2019. Sake for the world. With the aim of bringing SAKE to the tables of the world, we are challenging the conventional wisdom while respecting tradition.
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