The black then comes from using only Black Koji, usually used in the production of Shochu (a distilled Japanese alcohol resembling vodka).
And from this uncommon crafting combination, a Black Swan was born. Be reassure, this isn’t bad omen, but rather a very interesting sake that pushes the boundaries to new horizons. Pungent touches of rice are coupled with a bitter-sweet aftertaste, which results in a great astonishment in your mouth.
Great to be enjoyed as is, but also by mixing soda or sparkling water.