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Tamagawa Shizuku SeriesRare free run treasures

Ordinarily, sake is pressed by machine, but shizuku-style sake is made by pouring the fermenting sake into cloth bags, which are then hung up. Only the sake which drips out naturally is collected, without any pressure whatsoever being applied. This labour-intensive, low-yielding method is generally only used for competition sake, and very little finds its way to market. At Tamagawa, we make shizuku expressions of all three products in daiginjo and junmai daiginjo class, and store the precious sake at sub-zero temperatures in 18L glass bottles until shipping in autumn.

Class
Daiginjo, junmai daiginjo
Domestic availability
Limited editions a few times a year
Ingredients
Junmai daiginjo, Jewel Dragon・・・Rice, rice koji
Daiginjo・・・Rice, rice koji, brewer's alcohol
Rice
Yamada Nishiki (Hyogo Prefecture)
Rice polishing ratio
Daiginjo、Jewel Dragon・・・50%
Junmai daiginjo・・・40%
Alcohol
Junmai daiginjo,Jewel Dragon・・・16-17.9%
Daiginjo・・・16-18.9%

Serving recommendation

Sizes and prices

Junmai daiginjo
SizesPrices
1.8L(gift box)9,500(9,500yen)
1.8L(no box)9,000(9,000yen)
720ml(gift box)4,800(4,800yen)
720ml(no box)4,500(4,500yen)
Jewel Dragon
SizesPrices
1.8L(gift box)9,500(9,500yen)
1.8L(no box)9,000(9,000yen)
720ml(gift box)4,800(4,800yen)
720ml(no box)4,500(4,500yen)
Daiginjo
SizesPrices
1.8L(gift box)6,500(6,500yen)
1.8L(no box)6,000(6,000yen)
720ml(gift box)3,250(3,250yen)
720ml(no box)3,000(3,000yen)

Revised on Nov.01,2019

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