Seitoku “Bessen”
Seitoku “Bessen”
Sake ordinaire: light, poised and tasty

Special Select

Light-bodied and prettily balanced, “Bessen” drinks just as clean as a ginjo. Seitoku brings a lot of finesse to the futsushu category—traditional sakes for the ordinary working man or woman.

Gunma Prefecture

Kanto

Seitoku Brewing Company
Seitoku Brewing Company

Seitoku Brewing Company

Gunma Prefecture

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Seitoku’s virtuoso brewmaster, Yoshihiko Nishioka, trained under Chieko Kumagai at the National Research Institute of Brewing. His precise, understated style has elevated Seitoku to prominence both in Japan and abroad.

Seitoku “Bessen”

Technical Specifications

Classification: Futsushu
Rice variety: Rice grown in Japan
Yeast: Association No.901
Brewing method: Sokujo

70%

polishing ratio

15–16%

alcohol

1.0

acidity

+3.0

SMV


Serving recommendations

Quite enjoyable at 10–15 degrees, but at its delicious, most soothing best when warmed to between 40–50 degrees. Sublime with tempura.

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