The antique methods used to brew Time Machine mean that, even as a freshly pressed sake, it already has as much colour as would be found in orthodox brews only after five or ten years of ageing. In this matured version, the originally profound colour and flavour have deepened further thanks to more than three years of bottle-aging.
The rich aromatics resemble Madeira or port wine, with tangy dried fruit notes like a sherry-laden fruitcake or well-matured christmas pudding. You may find some sediment, but this will not adversely affect the thought-provoking flavour.
- Domestic availability
- Year round
- Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, France, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Canada
- Rice, rice koji
- Kitanishiki (Hyogo Prefecture)
- Rice polishing ratio
Sizes and prices
Revised on Oct.01,2016