Aged for 5 years, the attractive amber color brings out the richness of the best umeshu.
Brewed with oshukubai, the variety of plum which is considered as the most suitable for brewing, the umeshu is aged in high-quality whisky barrels for 3 years, then aged in the bottle for 2 years. The work of time brings it the amber-like colour and the attractive mellow taste. In the umeshu, you can feel the mild aroma of whisky and wood barrel, which makes the sweet and sour umeshu more complex and unforgettable. The appearance is also as attractive as the umeshu. With the traditional furoshiki as the packaging, the beauty of Japanese culture is fully expressed.
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|Record of Awards||Gold at BTI Spirits Competition and Awards 2009 Superior Taste Award at iTQi2013|
|Ingredients||Ohshukubai (Plum), Alcohol, Sugar|
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Sweet food creates a harmony with sweet sakes. Good examples of food pairings are Dishes made with Japanese soy sauce or Cantonese oyster sauce.