http://www.31dover.com/sho-chiku-bai-shirakebegura-mio-sparkling-sake.html?___store=default1367Sho Chiku Bai Shirakebegura Mio Sparkling Sakehttp://www.31dover.com/media/catalog/product/m/i/mio-main-img.jpg10.95GBPInStock/Spirits/Spirits/Sake<p style="text-align:justify">Not your typical sake for sure. This is a breakthrough new style sake breaking tradition with the past.</p>
<p style="text-align:justify">Mio Sparkling sake is often called the Champagne of sake because of its light sparkle and sweet fruity aroma and palate. It’s made from 60% polished rice but it’s still light and sweeter than most in this milling zone.</p>
<p style="text-align:justify">We’re seeing new generation sake lovers drinking low-alcohol sparkling sake Mio like a spritzer and also finding some really amazing ways to create innovative and intriguing sparkling sake cocktails.</p>
<p style="text-align:justify">This new sake is named after the Japanese character ‘Mio,’ evoking images of the delicate foam that emerges gently in a ship’s wake, Mio Sparkling Sake is a light refresher that signifies a new wave for Japanese sake</p>
<p style="text-align:justify">This Mio Sparkling sake should of course be served chilled. It’s also considered pretty on trend to sip it straight out of its distinctive blue glass bottle – add a straw for extra points. For meals it goes with lighter dishes or as an aperitif and desserts of fruit and sorbet.
Made in the Junmai style with only Rice, Koji yeast and water</p>
<p style="text-align:justify">Sake Meter Value (SMV), or in Japanese the Nihonshudo, is used for measuring the density of sake compared to water. The higher the positive number, the drier the sake becomes, and the lower the negative number, the sweeter the sake gets.
Together with the SMV, acidity level is used to determine the characteristics of each sake. The higher the number the richer the sake becomes, and the lower the number the lighter.</p>
<p style="text-align:justify">SMV -70 ; Acidity 4.59</p>