SpotGrades of sake

Sake has a whole ranking system based on the degree of seimai buai (milled rice ratio). Sake with a ratio of between 60% and 50% is called a ginjo-shu (‹ ). If the ratio is below 50%, it is called a daiginjo-shu (‘ ‹ ). Sake made from only rice and rice malt, without adding other alcohol, is called junmai-shu ( ƒ• ), or pure sake. These grades can always be found written on the bottle.

Grades of sake

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