b'A S P I R I T S K EKASHI-TA I SAE K A S S A K EThe Yonezawa family commenced sake production in 1856 in Akashi, one of the major fishing towns in western Japan.Akashi Sake Brewery had always been a small artisanal brewery producing sake for the local populace using only the finest local ingredients. It was only when the current president, Kimio Yonezawa, took over the reins that Akashi-Tai became a quality kura with a difference. Yonezawa is obsessed with retaining as much of the character of the high quality rice Akashi-Tai use as possible. He also puts great emphasis on sensory analysis controlling the quality and consistency of his sake rather than using hi-tech wizardry. Despite this approach, modern innovations have been embraced as well and temperature controlled fermentation has been introduced in recent years. Traditional Japanese Sake SIZE (cl) ABV (%) KEY INFOHonjozo Tokubetsu Gohyakumangoku 72 15 % GLFURETEEN Honjozo Tokubetsu Gohyakumangoku 30 15 % GLUFRTEEEN Honjozo Genshu Tokubetsu Gohyakumangoku 72 19 % GLFUTEEENRHonjozo Genshu Tokubetsu Gohyakumangoku 30 19 % GLUFRTEEEN Daiginjo Genshu Yamadanishiki 72 17 % GLU E EN FRTEDaiginjo Genshu Yamadanishiki 30 17 % GLUTEFRE EN Traditional Japanese Jumai SakeJunmai Tokubetsu Yamadanishiki 72 15 % GLFURTEEEN Junmai Tokubetsu Yamadanishiki 30 15 % GLUTEEENFRJunmai Daiginjo Genshu Yamadanishiki 72 16 % GLUFRTEEEN Junmai Daiginjo Genshu Yamadanishiki 30 16 % GLFURTEEEN Aged Japanese Jumai SakeAkashi-Tai Genmai Yamadanishishiki 72 16 % GLFRUETEE N Flavoured Japanese SakeAkashi-Tai Shiraume Ginjo Umeshu (Plum) 50 14 % GLFUETEER N Akashi-Tai Shiraume Ginjo Yuzushu (Citrus) 50 10 % GLFURETEEN Sparkling Japanese SakeAkashi-Tai Junmai Ginjo Sparkling 30 7 % GLFUTERE EN 118 INN EXPRESS - DRINKS PORTFOLIO 2019|20 - SAKE'