BEST: Junmai Daiginjo
Typically denotes highly refined sake where at least 50% of the original rice grain is milled. Junmai Daiginjo is the highest grade of sake.
GOOD: Junmai Ginjo
Denotes that no more than 60% of the original rice grain is used.
Junmai-shu means “Pure Sake,” made only from rice, water and koji. Only the alcohol resulting from fermentation is present. In contrast, Honjozo indicates the addition of pure distilled alcohol to the rice, water and koji.