A highly elegant and aromatic sake, with strong floral (cherry blossom?) notes and a light green apple flavour.
Amanoto was established in 1917 in Akita, a region home to 47 different sake brewery’s with Amanoto being the smallest and a true champion of local ingredients with all rice sourced coming from within 5 kilometres. Amanoto also only makes junmai sake (no added alcohol)
Amonoto takes its name from an old poem. The name means Heavens Door and is reflected on the label with the Magatama, a stone used as a necklace in the poem.
A highly refined daiginjo (polished to 35%) sake with incredible clarity, elegance and a beautiful floral profile. An outstanding daiginjo sake from a fantastic small brewery.