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The terms Kimoto and Yamahai refer to two distinctive processes in sake brewing. The sake made via these similar processes have stronger, more pronounced flavors that are distinctively wilder and gamier (think yogurt and shiitake) than regular sake (which are cleaner and lighter) due to their limited exposure to naturally occurring bacteria and yeasts. Of the two, Yamahai tends to be gamier while Kimoto is more rich and complex.
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