Wakaze Sake Nigori Sake
It's cloudy, slightly opaque color announces from the first moments of tasting an amazing sake, unfiltered but pressed thanks to a specific process, called "Jо̄sо̄". This technique allows a little dregs of sake to be infused into the final juice, which gives slightly milky, sweet and airy aromas. A bottle of great delicacy, which combines these creamy aromas with a touch of acidity on the finish in a masterful balance. This gourmet sake is best enjoyed with spicy and hot food, such as Thai cuisine, or with fried food or spicy tuna.