Dry gin made from 19 kinds of botanicals including Nanko-ume, Yuzu, Unshu Mikan, Sudachi, Sansho, Wasabi, Ginger and Umeshu and more.
Based on the concept of Japanese “craftgin”, it is finished with a taste that strongly smells the most Japanese botanical (Plum, citrus, wasabi, Japanese pepper, ginger) of the 3 types in the Sakaki series.
It is characterized by the sharp taste of Dry gin style and sweet fruity fragrance of plum and citrus. In addition, the pungent taste of Japanese pepper and wasabi brings out the aftertaste.
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evergreen tree of the family Camellia. It is said to be a tree that shows the boundary between the world of God and the world of human beings and has a deep relationship with God.
fruit of a conifer that grows in the northern hemisphere. It is essential for making gin.It is said that the first distilled liquor was made from juniper berries by an Italian monk in the 11 century.
Spice used for curry, etc. It is said that it has a calming effect.
A spice with a refreshing scent and a bit of bitterness. Be also used in aquabits
Japanese cedar that grows in Yoshino, Nara Prefecture. It is also used for sake barrels because it is hard to smell and change its color.
spice also used as a spice. a star-shaped nut with eight horns. It is also used in Chinese cuisine.
It was named because it smells like a mixture of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. native to West Indies
In China, spices are as effective as those used in traditional Chinese medicine. It smells a little vanilla.
It is said to be one of the world’s famous spices and the oldest spice. dried bark. An essential spice for Indian cuisine.
It is a very popular fruit in Japan. It is also an ingredient of umeshu. Umeboshi are also pickled in salt and used for sweet stewed sweets. Ripe plums smell like great flowers.
very fragrant fruit. a versatile seasoning that can also be used as a seasoning. The refreshing scent is also used for sweets.
It is also called Fuyu Mikan and is a citrus fruit that can be harvested in many areas in Japan. It smells very much.
any citrus fruit used in cooking. Fruit juice is also used as vinegar for food.
a nut of a tree of the tangerine family. It is also used as a spicy spice, but it is also widely used as a herbal medicine. Japanese sansho pepper is essential to Japanese cooking.
Herb with purple refreshing fragrance. The oil refined from lavender is also used in fragrances and is used as an ingredient in fragrances.
the leaves of the laurel tree. herb used as a spice in stewed dishes such as curry. It is also called a bay leaf in France.
Seasonings with a unique fragrance in Japan. The characteristic of wasabi is that it stimulates the nose. It is used for soba and sushi in Japan.
perennial herbs found all over the world. It is widely used in spices, sweets, drinks and herbal medicines.
liqueur made by soaking ume in sake. It is called umeshu in Japan. This is an easy-to-drink, sweet and fragrant liqueur.