A harmonious blending of acidity, dryness, and flavor
The Tengumai Yamahai is named after long-nosed goblins, or Tengu, in Japanese folk-lore. “Tengumai” roughly translates to “tengu dance”. This sake is a harmonious amber brew with a unique, almost mushroom-like scent to compliment its earthy tones, which calls up images of forests. The more you drink the more subtly you’ll pick up on, from buttery tones to a walnut-like sensation. These flavors go hand-in-hand with the acidity and dryness to epitomize good balance for a full-bodied drink. You might find yourself doing your own “tengumai” after partaking of the Tengumai Yamahai.