Yamanashi is land of peaches (Momo 桃 or モモ). Starting Sunday evening with a refreshing sip of unfiltered, aromatic Peach Wine.
It gives me the same feeling of fresh Toddy1, with different levels of sweetness and sourness.
I was not so sure about enjoying wine from Tokkuri2. But I picked it up without a second thought for the joy of Kanpai3.
Indian wine from Coconut or Palm ↩
Usually Sake is enjoyed in a ceramic serving flask called Tokkuri (徳利) and drinking cups named Choko (猪口) ↩
乾杯 Kanpai (“Dry the glass”, Japanese way of Toast) ↩
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