Kenbishi
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Kenbishi Sake Brewing Co.
Established: 1505
Location: Hyogo, Japan
http://www.kenbishi.co.jp/ (Japanese)

Kenbishi is known as the first sake brewery to be branded in Japan. In days of old, Kenbishi was very popular sake enjoyed by samurai. On the eve of major military battles, a large Kenbishi barrel would be ceremoniously opened. It was believed that sake strengthened the bonds of friendship and established strong loyalty in upcoming battles.

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Sake: kenbishi kuromatsu

KENBISHI "Kuromatsu"

"Kuromatsu" is not just any typical Honjozo style sake. Medium dry body with beautiful fragrance and viscosity on the palate, lingering and dense. It shows the characteristics and distinctive flavor of Kenbishi.

 

Classification:Honjozo(Yamahai)
Polishing Rate:
Rice Grain:Yamada Nishiki
SMV:+0.5
Acidity:1.7

Alcohol: 16.5%

Location:Hyogo, Japan
Producer:Kenbishi Sake Brewing Co.
Size:180ml, 900ml, 1.8L

 

Sake: kenbishi kuromatsu

Sake: kenbishi kuromatsu
Not all sake is meant to be drunk warm or hot, but Kenbishi is one of those exceptions. Kenbishi is now often enjoyed warm and hot by sake experts and connoisseurs. As more people enjoy and learn about sake, one will find not only premium sakes are enjoyed chilled, but also enjoyed warm.


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Sake: kenbishi mizuho

KENBISHI "Mizuho"

"Mizuho" is completely different from Ginjo and Daiginjo style sake. Very full bodied, rich, but soft and round finish. The flavorful soft depth will increase the enjoyment with each glass.

 

Classification:Junmai(Yamahai)
Polishing Rate:
Rice Grain:Yamada Nishiki
SMV:0
Acidity:1.7

Alcohol: 17%

Location:Hyogo, Japan
Producer:Kenbishi Sake Brewing Co.
Size:720ml

 

Sake: kenbishi mizuho

Sake: kenbishi mizuho
Not all sake is meant to be drunk warm or hot, but Kenbishi is one of those exceptions. Kenbishi
is now often enjoyed warm and hot by sake experts and connoisseurs. As more people enjoy and learn about sake, one will find not only premium sakes are enjoyed chilled, but also enjoyed warm.

 

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