Takara Shuzo Kyoto Yuzu Liqueur 720ml
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The fruit used is from a designated production area in Japan.
The yuzu used are from Mizuo, Kyoto, which is known as the birthplace of yuzu cultivation in Japan.
Yuzu from Mizuo are rare and precious because the fruit is now cultivated there by only a small number of farmers while preserving time-honored traditions.
Refreshing aroma and fresh flavor
The thick, tart flavor of yuzu from Mizuo combines with selected shochu distilled spirit to create a flavorful liqueur taste.
Label design with a very Japanese view
Prominently positioned yuzu fruits on the label express the juicy flavor of the liqueur. Also, the label effectively promotes the yuzu producer to anyone with an illustration of a historical streetscape of Kyoto, a famous tourist destination.
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Founded in 1954 in Nada, the sake brewery was completely renovated and renamed Shirakabegura in 2001 by the Takara Shuzo Group, which specializes in the production of alcoholic beverages.
Combining traditional brewing methods, high quality ingredients and modern equipment, Shirakabegura applies Takara Shuzo’s philosophy of respecting the environment and traditions.
Brewed with Miyamizu water known for its purity and mineral properties, Shirakabegura’s sakes are made from the best varieties of rice such as the famous Yamada Nishiki rice, Gohyakumangoku and Omachi.
Famous for its shochus, Takara Shuzo has succeeded in diversifying by developing a range of sakes that enable it to compete with the greatest houses in Japan.
This fresh, light and acidic alcoholic drink is ideal to give Japanese accents to the aperitifs of the beautiful days.
The intensity of the lemony flavors is directly transmitted by the yuzu harvested in the small town of Mizuo, known as the cradle of the culture of this small citrus fruit.
It can be drunk neat with a few ice cubes, with sparkling water or as an ingredient in cocktails.
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