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Tsukinokatsura Kasegi Gashira
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Tsukinokatsura Kasegi Gashira

HK$320.00
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Founded in 1675, it is the oldest sake brewery in the Fushimi area of ​​Kyoto. It is Japanese sake with an alcohol content of 8%. (Not a liqueur) But it has fruit-like acidity. It is recommended to cool it to 5-8 degrees and drink it as a pre-dinner sake. This sake is very popular for those who are new to sake. Kasegigasira means "people who make money" in Japanese. Is it possible to improve your fortune by drinking this sake? !!

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