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Smooth, distinctive and incredibly food-friendly, both Japanese Shochu and Korean Shochu are typically distilled from sweet potatoes, rice, barley or soba (buckwheat). We offer excellent shochu brands such as Satoh Shochu, Toyonaga Shochu and Yama No Mori Shochu which can be served over ice, warmed, or used as a cocktail base.

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Mizu "Mizunomai" Shochu (750ml) Satoh Shochu (750ml) Toyonaga Shochu (750ml)
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Mizu "Mizunomai" Shochu Satoh Shochu Toyonaga Shochu

The Mizu Shochu is distilled from barley and koji rice. The nose is reminiscent of cantaloupe, cut grass, hints of banana and raisins. The palate starts of with smooth buttery texture, fresh grains and a sweet mellow middle with subtle notes of caramel custard, grassy undertones and lingering vanilla on the finish.

Satoh Shochu is distilled from 60% sweet potato and 40% rice. Unique and distinctive, this libation evolves through the senses: the nose is distinctively reminiscent of a sweet potato while raw, the palate has the warm flavor of a sweet potato freshly baked, and the finish tastes unmistakably of sweet potato pie. This fascinating treat that can be enjoyed on the rocks or warmed.

This classic rice shochu is smooth and sippable with subtle fruit and floral flavors that the producer likens to a Speyside single malt. This delicious spirit can be enjoyed warmed, at room temperature, on ice, or at a 70/30 ratio with water. Made only from premium Yamada Nishiki rice, this is a must try for any sake enthusiast.
Yama No Mori "Mountain Guardian" Shochu (750ml)
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Yama No Mori Mountain Guardian Shochu

Mountain Guardian is distilled from 67% barley and 33% Koji rice, and makes an excellent introduction to Shochu. Clean, smooth, and subtly flavorful, the barley component announces itself on the finish with a note reminiscent of warm buttered bread. While delicious on the rocks, it also makes a great cocktail base.