How it ‘s made: Its low-temperature fermentation, distillation and ageing give it a soft and fruity character. Shochu is a traditional Japanese distilled alcoholic beverage, made by fermenting and distilling a mixture of rice koji (a special type of mould also used to make sake) and some type of raw ingredient, of which there is a number to choose from (rice, sweet potato, barley, dates, etc.).
Gekkeikan Bizan Super Rice Shochu (720ml)
Tasting Notes: One of Japan´s most well-known varieties of Shochu is now available at Japan Centre!
Bizan (meaning ? beautiful mountain´) Clear lives up to its name by being light and easy to drink.
PRODUCTION: Gekkeikan Sake
Type: Rice-based Shochu
Flavour: Light, soft, fruity
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