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Imayo Tsukasa – IMA Junmai Sake

Japan
Japan
Sake
Sake

The Facts

Origins Japan > Japan

Appellation Niigata

Winemaking Brewed using Go Hyaku Mangoku rice polished 65% and a proprietary yeast strain.

Alcohol Content 12.0 %

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Refreshing fruity aroma upfront with cleansing acidity with a slight briny and mineral finish. Refreshing acidity with a hint of sweetness is reminiscent of Vouvray or Gewurztraminer

Overall Refreshing & Zesty

Mouthfeel Clean & slightly briny

Aromas Fresh fruits & slight floral notes with a touch sea breeze salinity

Pairings Oysters, lobster, crab, salmon - all the seafoods

The Story

With uniquely high malic acid level, this innovative sake is a real natural with seafood like oyster, lobster, crab, and salmon. With only 1/100th of iron compared to typical wine, IMA complements umami rich shellfish and other seafood without leaving a metallic aftertaste like many wines do.

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Brand Story

Established in 1767 and despite its long history and tradition of sake brewing, the brewery takes a very innovative approach to crafting sake by addressing the needs of modern customers – sake that go well with various contemporary cuisine. IMA, Black and Hito Toki are some of the most innovative sake that complement various culinary delights. Imayo Tsukasa has gained recognition not only in Japan but also Europe as an ‘out of the box’ innovator attracting new sake drinkers with their inspiring sake and packaging.


Brand Story

Established in 1767 and despite its long history and tradition of sake brewing, the brewery takes a very innovative approach to crafting sake by addressing the needs of modern customers – sake that go well with various contemporary cuisine. IMA, Black and Hito Toki are some of the most innovative sake that complement various culinary delights. Imayo Tsukasa has gained recognition not only in Japan but also Europe as an ‘out of the box’ innovator attracting new sake drinkers with their inspiring sake and packaging.

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