Pure sake, made from only rice, water, koji and yeast. As a junmai, no other ingredients may be added.
KIBO (key-bo) means “hope” in Japanese. The earthquake and tsunami of March 2011 completely destroyed the Suisen Shuzo Saké Brewery, the producers of KIBO Saké, and tragically took the lives of seven of their employees. With much passion and perseverance, the saké brewery was rebuilt and the company resumed saké production the following year. The spirit of Suisen brewery lives on in its KIBO Junmai Saké.
A medium-bodied sake with aromatic and floral honey notes balanced with hints of almond and a dry finish.
Dried or smoked meats, salty snack mixes, soba noodles
AK, CA, DC, FL, HI, MN, NC, NV, WY
|per can||club price||case of 30||club price|
|Rice||Local Iwate Prefecture Rice|
|Profile||Crisp, Dry, Earthy, Floral|
|Serving Temperature||Enjoy Chilled, Room Temperature or Warm|
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