Comparing Flavors to Fruits
Making sake more fun and easier to understand.
The word "fruity" is often used to describe the flavor of sake.
According to the dictionary, fruity is "a fruity flavor.
Also, sweet and sweet. It seems to say that.
A similar word is the word "fruit" in wine tasting comments.
This does not mean that the wine tastes fruit but rather that the wine is made from grapes and has a rich, astringent, acidic, and aromatic taste, in other words, a taste that expresses the original flavor of the grapes.
The expression 'fruity' is a compliment to a fine wine, but doesn't the phrase 'fruity taste' sound somewhat cheesy?
In other words, fruity is an expression used to describe a wine that is "simple and has a distinct flavor that can be compared to a specific fruit. It is an expression that is used when there is 'a simple and distinct flavor that can be compared to a specific fruit.
Behind it is the meaning of brightness, friendliness, and clarity.
It is probably an expression born from the ingenuity of "making the language familiar to the general public" by putting together detailed expressions.
Now, let's get back to sake.
The raw material for sake is rice.
Rice itself does not have a fruity aroma.
But why does it have a fruity aroma when made into sake?
These sake bottles express the mystery of sake in an easy-to-understand way using labels of fruits.
With this in mind, the "Kudamono" series was born.