This sake is fresh and light taste, and good to use as an aperitif!
This is "Nama chozo," which means it isn't pasteurized after pressing. (Typical sake is pasteurized two times - once after pressing and another when bottling) This type of sake has its original fresh flavor.
We only use "Arabashiri" and "Nakadare" for this sake. Free-run fresh sake is known as "Arabashiri," and "Nakadare" is the sake that is squeezed out with low pressure after the arabashiri comes to a halt. (We don't use last part of pressing for this product.)