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Gins from Japan are all the rage at the moment, within the country and abroad. Explore the range of these new Japanese spirits, using both traditional and innovative botanicals.
Included in this pack are two Japanese gins that Chris Lane has hand-picked to make cocktails for our event Summer of Japanese Gin.
Get cocktail recipes by Chris for these gins here.
Komasa Sakurajima Komikan Gin
Komasa Jyozo, a favorite shochu distiller of ours in Kagoshima, makes this delightful little gin by redistilling one of their rice shochus and blends it with a selection of individually distilled botanicals, including komikan (small mandarin oranges).
Ki No Bi Kyoto Dry Gin
Kyoto Distillery is the one of the only distilleries in Japan that makes gin exclusively. Most of the gin made in the U.S. is usually made with corn, but this Japanese gin is rice-based, using the soft waters of Fushimi (famed for excellent sake production), for a creamy mouthfeel.
Ki No Bi means "The Beauty of the Seasons" and blends six distillates: hinoki, yuzu, bamboo leaf, sansho, gyokuro and shiso. Enjoy Ki No Bi on the rocks, in a Martini, or with a splash of sparkling water.