austinpowers (2831) - San Francisco, California, USA - JAN 5, 2004
UPDATED: JAN 28, 2004 In short, Divine Droplets is a remarkable drink. A daiginjo of the highest order, you absolutely cannot taste the alcohol - and it's over 15%! Further, the alcohol isn't hidden in sweetness like a Dogfish World Wide Stout. The result of Takasago Shuzo's igloo-brewing process (see beer description) is divine, indeed. Mild, mild, mild! A wonderful, subtle aroma of flowers greets your nose, but not an aggressive one. Tastewise, you've got a treat on your hands when you open this, but Divine Droplets is about subtleties, not brute force, so don't expect the fruity assertiveness of a Sato No Homare (Pride of the Village), but rather a semi-dry, non-oily, lightly sweet delight. Pricey, but as always, you get what you pay for! No color whatsoever. Fantastic! legion242 (2348) - Richardson, Texas, USA - OCT 22, 2005
These are always hard because how do you really judge appearance in a "beer" sense. But this was easily the best sake that this feeble mind has ever come across. Truly ethereal. Mind melding. Yummy. molassesfan (202) - Raleigh, North Carolina, USA - JUN 30, 2006
300ml bottle for $31.99 plus tax. Sheesh. But I must say, worth all of it. Off clear color. Aroma of strawberry, kiwi, flowers, and some honeydew. Tastes light and fruity. 15.6% alcohol does show profoundly however; not for the faint of heart. Palate a bit thin and slightly oily, a little astringent, but very good. Lingering warm finish. Amazing sake. Walt (2449) - Austin, Texas, USA - NOV 2, 2006
Pour is virtually clear with a slightest yellow hue and leaves beautiful delicate legs...smell is amazingly floral and sweet, but not sticky sweet...coconut, almonds, light sweet fruits...faint wisps of alcohol...delightful slightly thick and full mouthfeel...nice sweet full flavors of nuts, melons, coconut, lavender, flower petals, some faint alcohol in the finish, which otherwise is relatively dry but not overly so the flavor lingers in the mouth for several minutes after...wow... RichQY (1) - USA - AUG 23, 2008 does not count
Woow, I fell in love with this sake.
It actually resembles a renowned Chinese grain alcohol Wu Liang Ye in terms of flavor.
Very sweet, extremely smooth, medium body, somewhat short after taste though.
Hirotoma (473) - Bologna, ITALY - APR 30, 2012
Chi più chi meno trovo che il sakè quello vero, sia una bevanda strepitosa! Questo però è forse uno dei migliori! BückDich (5477) - McCall, Idaho, USA - JUL 15, 2004
About the lightest color beige you can get before becoming clear. The aroma is very light and fruity, crisp and clean with notes of honeydew melon, licorice, faint coconut, and peach. Smelling this reminds me of late spring when the dogwoods are in bloom at the air is full of sweet fragrant flowers. The impact is very balanced with a noticable presence but easily discounted as an afterthought. The flavor is pure and clean, it’s just like a tasty pure complex spring water, you can’t even tell the alcohol is here until you feel it in your stomach. This is a truly great sake and WELL worth the price for the experience. I don’t know about a nightly thing, but I wish I could afford that! egajdzis (6830) - Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 1, 2005
UPDATED: MAY 8, 2005 Clear, light yellow color, spotty stickiness on the glass. Aroma of vanilla, butterscotch, plums and a touch of alcohol. Caramel and more vanilla in the taste, dry oakiness, and a clean finish. Alcohol only noticable as it warmed my stomach.