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Not too Sweet Umeshu made with Sake "Nagareume Sukkiri", 720ml

Not too Sweet Umeshu made with Sake "Nagareume Sukkiri", 720ml

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$17.25
This umeshu plum wine is made with sake. The plums and the rock sugar are soaked in the sake for about a year.
On the first sip there is a notion of sake, from the second sip onwards it will have a not too sweet and fruity flavor. The aftertaste then has a very strong and long lasting notion of ume plum.

The brands name "NAGAREUME" literally means floating ume. The word SUKKIRI means refreshing and refers to the not too sweet flavor.

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Chinriu Honten was established in 1871 in Odawara by Monya Komine who until then was the last chief cook of Odawara castle. He started a high class restaurant that also offered umeboshi pickles, which became popular gifts.The second generation of Komine decided to abandon the restaurant and to focus on umeboshi and pickles.

 

These days Chinriu Honten is run by fifth generation of the Komine family. Chinriu Honten produces and retails products made of Japanese fruits and herbs such as ume plum, yuzu lime or shiso herb. Only the best ingredients are selected from contract farmers to produce according to traditional recipes. 

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This umeshu plum wine is made with sake. The plums and the rock sugar are soaked in the sake for about a year. On the first sip there is a notion of sake, from the second sip onwards it will have a not too sweet and fruity flavor. The aftertaste then has a very strong and long lasting notion of ume plum.

Producer:   Chinriu Honten
Contents:   720ml
Alcohol:   12%
Ingredients:   Ume, sake, rock sugar
Additional Information

Additional Information

Product Number 1007023
Brand Chinriu Honten
Made In Japan
Alcohol % No
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