Nigorizake is unfiltered sake and often called cloudy sake in English. Normally, once the fermentation is finished, sake is pressed and divided into clear sake and the white lees. But using the rougher filter to let the little lees go with clean sake is a way to make Nigorizake. Junmai Shirakawago has a rich fragrance of Nishihomare rice. It also has a very sweet and milky taste. Recommended to be taken chilled or with a couple of ice cubes. A piece of lemon might be a good idea to give a bit of freshness.
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