The traditional Mizu Shochu is made with 67% barley and 33% black koji rice. Aromas of sweet cut grass, floral and melon segue onto the palate with a smooth texture of grains, vanilla and a hint of pepper.
Lemongrass Shochu is made with 95% rice and white koji and 5% fresh organic lemongrass. The nose offers hints of lemon and floral. The taste is silky with citrus, herbs and a hint of vanilla.
Shochu is a great alternative to vodka and just as versatile. Drink it with one ice cube as recommended or be creative and mix it in a cocktail. I’m definitely adding Mizu Shochu to my bar inventory!
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