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Flashcards in Beer/Sake/Spirits Deck (9):
1

What is the type of sake that have no added alcohol?

Junmai

 

2

What are the types of sake that have added alcohol? (Starting with best classification)

  • Daiginjo
  • Ginjo
  • Honjozo

3

What do you call sake that does not qualify for classifications?

Futsuu-shu (Makes up about 80% of all sake)

4

Why is alcohol added to high quality sake classifiation?

  • pull out more aromatic and flavorful compounds

5

What percentage of the shell has been milled? Junmai and Honjozo

30%: each grain of rice is only 70% or less of its original size.

6

What percentage of the shell has been milled? Ginjo

40%: each grain of rice is only 60% or less of its original size.

7

What percentage of the shell has been milled? Daiginjo

50% each grain of rice is only 50% or less of its original size.

8

How does milling the grain benefit the sake?

  • cleaner, more elegant sake
  • more lively aromatics come about.

9

What does "shu" mean when used in sake terms?

"sake"