Created in: Kumamoto, Japan by Chiyonosono Shuzo
- Brewed without alcohol
- Light creamy color
Chiyonosono Shuzo 8000 Generations Shochu is medium bodied with hints of honeydew and natural rice flavors.
Chiyonosono Shuzo 8000 Generations Shochu is crafted as a expression of unique tradition by the Junmai expert. Chiyonosono was the first brewery to stop adding distilled alcohol to its sake after the rice shortages of World War II, paving the way for the popular Junmai category. Originally a rice wholesaler, Chiyonosono specialized in rice cultivation. Chiyonosono has access to heirloom strains and brews sake with distinctive rice textures and aromas. The brewery is located on the southernmost island of Kyushu—the gateway into Japan—known for Asian and European cuisine, historic architecture, and distinct regional culture. The brewers made a promise to one another to keep up their efforts each year to make high-quality sake from rice alone.
Please drink responsibly, you must be at least 21 years of age to drink alcoholic beverages.