“DASSAI is a Sake” a non-carbonated alcoholic beverage that is one of the most prevalent, premium quality pure-rice sake sold in almost 20 countries.
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DASSAI Sake is basically related to “otter festival”.
It is obtainable in lots of flavors and grades depending on the preparation process and the ingredients used in it, including the percentage of the rice is polished.
“Yamada Nishiki”, a type of top-quality short-grain Japanese rice used for sake brewing.
This rice is even called as the “king of sake making rice”, since it produces a well-balanced aroma and rich flavor.
The more the grain is milled (polished), the more quality it offers in flavor, as fat and proteins are removed, leaving the starch behind.
At present, Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo is one of the most preferred sake of all, because, in this, the rice gets milled or polished by up to 77%.
Only polished rice does not add aroma flavor to this beverage, but the water too that is used for Dassai preparation. It should be very soft and clean, which comes from the brewery’s well that is dug around 60 meters deep.
It is very aromatic, with a blend of lemons and peaches and can be stored for a longer duration.
Note: Pasteurization method is used to maintain the quality of the dassai. The sake is pasteurized and then immediately cooled down so that Dassai can last for very long time.
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Last but not the least, Dassai 23 Junmai daiginjo sake comprehends no brewer’s alcohol and is made with extremely polished rice resulting in premium quality sake.