Saturday, June 21, 2008

sawaya matsumoto

I've drunked a chilled sake tonight. I like this brewery's sake. This sake is also a nice one as daily. There is a Japanese tsumami(nibbles), "Shutou" on the right picture. It doesn't look nice, but nice taste. It's made from the fresh guts of katsuo(bonite). It's cleaned, salted and mature for one year at least. It has bitterness, salty, and like anchovy. Shutou is a kinda of sake stealer in Japanese, which means sake will empty as you notice. It's like too nice to drink with it. I think some people never used to taste this kinda nibbles, but some people love them. Ofcourse, it goes together with rice or ochazuke style!

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