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JAPANESE SPIRITS

Japan is renowned for its refined and diverse spirits. While the best-known is sake, made from fermented rice, there are many others! Japan offers a very wide range of alcoholic beverages. Explore our carefully-curated selection to guide your discovery, including Japanese whisky, shochu, umeshu, Japanese gin and many more.

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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT JAPANESE SPIRITS?

Sake, Japan's national treasure, is a unique beverage made from polished rice and water. It's renowned for its wide variety of flavors, from dry to sweet, floral to fruity, and even umami notes. Its manufacture involves fermenting rice with yeast and koji (a special fungus) to create a complex beverage with subtle aromas.

Fruit liqueurs, such as umeshu (plum liqueur) and other varieties, are sweet, fragrant drinks. They are made by macerating fruit with shochu or sake, creating fruity-flavored liqueurs perfect as aperitifs or desserts.

Japanese whisky is prized for its exceptional quality and refinement. It is made from malted barley and pure water, then aged in oak casks. The result is a whisky with complex flavors, often marked by notes of fruit, honey and vanilla, with a smooth, long finish.

Japanese beers are also very popular. From light lagers to richly flavored craft beers, they're made with premium ingredients and meticulous attention to detail. Expect balanced, refreshing beers, ideal for accompanying Japanese cuisine or simply quenching your thirst.

Shochu and awamori, two Japanese spirits, are made from a variety of raw materials such as sweet potatoes, barley and rice. Their distillation process produces spirits that are sweeter than vodka, with a variety of flavor profiles ranging from sweet to full-bodied.

In addition to these flagship spirits, Japan offers a variety of other unique beverages, from liqueurs to herbal infusions, such as yuzushu, to experimental creations that push the boundaries of mixology.

As you explore this range of Japanese spirits, you'll discover options perfectly suited to your individual preferences, whether tasting alone or creating original cocktails.

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