The true "sweetness of miso" is the taste that remains after the sweetness is gone.It is the "unsweetened sweetness" that is released only at a certain time during the process of miso aging and dying.
"Noble grain" is miso that you can enjoy the "sweetness of miso". Therefore, despite being a naturally brewed miso that has been aged for a long time, it has the characteristic of containing a large amount of rice.It also contains enough salt to withstand long-term aging. Among them, it is miso that shows its true value where the sweetness changes to "sweetness of miso".
It has long been common sense to prepare miso that "natural'boke's is less." However, Aogen has been making miso for more than 300 years, and has dared to break that common sense and continue to make "precious grains".
Carefully molted Tochigi soybeans and Tochigi rice, soft salt derived from seawater, and clean water provided by the Nikko Nasu mountain range are all the ingredients of "precious grains". No, above all, the strong desire of the brewer to make genuine "precious grains" is included.