Winner of gold medal three consecutive years at The U.S. National Sake Appraisal. Its subtle, melon aroma leads to a perfect balance between sweet and dry. The robust flavors will have you pouring a second glass to taste its complexity. Serving luke-warm brings out the nuance of the drink, and pairing with grilled fish or sashimi can add a fun layer to the flavor.
This sake has not been charcoal filtered and pasteurized only just once to keep its original taste and aroma like mellow melon with little acidity.
How to drink?
Deliciously served chilled, we also encourage you to try NARAMAN warm 110 to 120°F (43 to 49° C). You will discover a variety of aromas that remain hidden when chilled, allowing you to enjoy a new impression of NARAMAN. NARAMAN is the perfect sake to accompany all manner of savory dishes.
What is Muroka Binhiire?
Untouched to preserve its natural flavor in amber color. Binhiire refers to pasteurization in a glass bottle.
NARAMAN Muroka Binhiire is pasteurized just once before shipping, allowing you to enjoy its original taste and aroma, mellow like a melon with just a hint of tartness.