A friend, Kip, shared some of his freshly made black rice sake with me. He packaged it nicely in a small green bottle with a cool label. See for yourself:
Nice huh. The sake in the bottle looks completely clear but when pored into a glass it shows its pinkish purple color.
Sweet heavy aroma, like fermented black rice maybe a little like a rose, but is light and uncomplicated on the palate. The initial draw of sake into the mouth carries the full force of the aroma with a flavor that matches. Round and full bodied as it enters the mouth but almost completely disappears as you swallow, leaving vary little, if any, after taste. This is a very drinkable sake.
Kip documents is brewing of this sake in two posts, part 1 and part 2, at bierkast.com.