We are honored to be the exclusive retailer of Hawaiian Shochu bottles on the mainland, made with aloha on Oahu. Maui is in our hearts and minds as we release this special shochu made with sweet potatoes grown on this island.
This spectacular rendition of Nami Hana is toji Ken Hirata-san's brightest and boldest. On the nose we get red fruit, raspberry, and burnt sugar and the palate is young coconut and Bubble Yum with a grassy finish. Enjoy on the rocks or with a pint glass full of soda for a refreshing tipple.
Nami Hana is a muroka (unfiltered) and genshu (tank strength) shochu, so you’ll notice it is a little cloudy, with a peppery, earthy palate, and a dry, yet lingering body.
From the distiller: Please shake lightly before you serve, and finish as soon as possible (within the month). Keep Nami Hana at room temp but please avoid direct sunlight.
Read Kayoko's interview with Hawaiian Shochu Company's Ken Hirata here!
- Distilled in Haleiwa, Hawaii by Hawaiian Shochu company
- Distilled from 82% imo (sweet potato) and 18% kome koji (rice koji)
- ABV 30% / Koji: Black / Distillation: Atmospheric
- 25.3 fl oz (750ml)