Ingredients: Rice (Japan), rice malt Rice Origin: 100% grown in Japan contract-cultivated rice Alcohol Content: 0% Shelf Life: 1.5 years from the manufacturing date
Nutritional Information (per 100g):
Energy: 78 kcal
Equivalent Salt: 0.01g
Amino Acid Quantity: 375mg
Non-alcoholic with a gentle sweetness.
Fukumitsuya's Sake Brewery produced 'Jyunmai Koji Sweet Sake (Koji Amazake)' is made using carefully selected contract-cultivated rice and natural spring water sourced from the brewery. The naturally gentle sweetness born from fermentation and a refreshing aftertaste are its distinctive features.
This non-alcoholic fermented product is made without any additives such as colorings, preservatives, sugar, or salt.
It can be enjoyed by a wide range of age groups, from children to the elderly. Whether warmed, chilled, or frozen, it is delicious and can be used not only as a beverage but also as a hidden flavor in sweets and cooking.
How to Enjoy 'Amazake' (Sweet Sake):
◎ Warm: Place the pouch in hot water or a heat-resistant container and warm using a microwave.
◎ Chill: Place the pouch in the refrigerator and chill as is.
◎ Sorbet: Place the pouch in the freezer and freeze to achieve a sorbet-like consistency.
◎ Sweets: Use in agar jelly, gelatin, baked goods, and more.
◎ Cooking: Utilize its sweetness and richness as a substitute for sugar, broth, or umami seasoning. It can also be used to marinate meat or fish and in various cooking methods.
Amazake is called the IV drip to drink in Japan
Amazake, made from rice malt, has been cherished since ancient times as a nutritional drink consumed to prevent summer fatigue.
Its components, including glucose, B vitamins, dietary fiber, essential amino acids, and more, are nearly identical to those found in hospital IV drips. Even a cupful of this warm beverage provides ample nutrition.
It's delicious, gentle on the stomach, and invigorating for the body.
Additionally, by incorporating the blessings of nature, one can enhance beauty and well-being.
This is why amazake is referred to as a 'IV drip to drink,' offering the goodness of natural nourishment for beauty and health."