About the Premium Sake Classes and taste
The six classe of premium sake feature typical flavours and characteristics:
Honjozo: Most easily with a fine, fragrant taste.
[ Honjozo Sake in the Shop ]
Junmai: Powerful and full-bodied flavor profile.
[ Junmai Sake in the Shop ]
Ginjo: Floral aroma and delicate flavor.
[ Ginjo Sake in the Shop ]
Junmai Ginjo: Character as Ginjo, but pronounced and full-bodied.
[ Junmai Ginjo Sake in the Shop ]
Daiginjo: Strong floral aroma, delicate and complex flavor.
[ Daiginjo Sake in the Shop ]
Junmai Daiginjo: Similarly Dai-Ginjo, even more complex. Especially high quality.
[ Junmai Daiginjo Sake in the Shop ]
Sake is a good aperitif. He is also an excellent companion to all Japanese and many European dishes. Sake is ideally suited to fish, vegetarian dishes and cheese. Some Sake complement each other perfectly with meat dishes. Let yourself be surprised by Sake as an accompaniment to classic German Wustbrot.
Depending on the type, the optimal drinking temperature differs. In most cases, the indulgence of slightly chilled Sake is recommended. Some Sake are also suitable for heating.