The aroma factor on this Daiginjo is like a basket filled with ripe dripping fruit including melon, berries, pear and a hint of cotton candy. This Shizuku-style (drip) sake is an adventure into the realms of expansive flavor meets incredible smoothness. A silky soft fluid that touches on a mineral sweetness and yet dances dry in the finish. The nose and flavor impression spell sweet but this expansive Daiginjo drinks dry and clean; and keep a look out for faint caramel and anise undertones. In street vernacular this deeply flavored sake drinks "like butter!" WORD: Elegant WINE: Soft Reds/Creamy Whites BEER: Ales/Hefferweisens FOODS: Lightly flavored hors devours, smoked salmon, gingerly prepared steamed fish.