Named for the famous poet in China, Rihaku, this sake is made in the Nigori (cloudy) style. Generally, sake is filtered after the rice has finished fermentation. With Nigori, the sake is left unfiltered, resulting in a fuller, wilder, more textured drink. Plums and nuts on the nose, you¿ll find an ever-so-slightly sweet flavor on the palate. Great for spicier dishes.