This delectable brown sugar shochu from Amami Island in Okinawa is aged in American white oak and French Limousin casks. This is Japan's answer to an aged rum. Smooth, with a complex, earthy sweetness that lingers long after your last sip. It's an irresistible bouquet of raisins, chocolate, and honey!
The label features the four elements of Amami Island: ocean waves, palm, hibiscus and habu (a venomous snake native to the island).
- Distilled in Kagoshima, Japan on Amami Island by Machida Shuzo
- Blend of shochus distilled from 80% kokuto (black sugar) and kome (rice)
- ABV 43% / Koji: White (rice) / Distillation: Vacuum and atmospheric
- Barrels: American White Oak and French Limousin
- Aged: Up to 10 years
- 25.3 fl oz (750ml)