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Gekkeikan's state-of-the-art sake brewing facility in Folsom, California (see map below) is the latest chapter in a continuing success story that began more than 360 years ago five-thousand miles away in Fushimi, Japan.
Gekkeikan now brings the newest technologies to a brewing process that is nearly 2,000 years old and continues to strengthen its marketing position in the wake...
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Learn About Junmai-Daiginjo
Taking saké a level further than Ginjo, Daiginjo saké has a suimai buai of 50% - meaning that at least half (many producers do more) of the rice has been milled away, leaving only the purest starch in the center. Daiginjo is of the highest quality level saké, creating a delicate, fragrant, yet powerful saké. Flavor profiles can differ for Daiginjo, depending on the type of water and variety of rice used. This is the highest quality level for saké when it comes to degree of milling.