Having a moderate aroma, this sake pairs perfectly with white meat fish sashimi that has a light and delicate taste. It also goes well with lightly salted tempura. Different from currently trending varieties of ginjo sake, it has a dry and light flavor.
This unique liquor is made with tomato and rice shochu (distilled sake spirit). The taste of the alcohol is modest, with an impressive acidity, body, and sweetness. Adding milk creates a milder taste, whereas yogurt increases fruitiness by blending the flavors of fermentation. For health-conscious consumers, soy milk is a great addition.