This yuzu-infused sake comes from the Ume No Yado brewery in Japan's Nara prefecture. Yuzu is a citrus fruit indigenous to Japan that's close to a cross between a mandarin and a lime.
Plenty of natural yuzu citrus is squeezed, and its juice is added into sake. It is not so sweet as to overpower the natural acidity of the yuzu, but it is sweet enough to be moreish. It is elegantly sweet and refreshingly tart.
Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit that tastes a bit like a cross between a mandarin orange and a lime.
In this case the sake has been infused with yuzu to give it its distinctive style. It has a very lovely floral, fruity aroma, and on the palate it is deliciously crisp and moreish.