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Gin Roku derives its name from the Japanese word for six, "Roku". What's more, this number is central this product. Indeed, it has six essential ingredients: Sakura flower, Yuzu peel, Sansho pepper, Sakura leaf, Sencha tea and Gyokuro tea. Following the same logic, the bottle is a hexagon. Finally, the overall design is decidedly Japanese with its label in washi paper covered with traditional calligraphy.
Description of Roku Gin
TASTING NOTES OF Roku Gin :
- Transparent color
- Smell: aroma of cherry blossom, lemon, grapefruit and pepper
- Taste: balanced, soft, fresh and honeyed, citrus notes of orange and yuzu and spicy cilantro, peppers with floral notes
DETAILS OF DEVELOPMENT: 6 Japanese botanists grown in the beautiful nature of Japan
Sakura blossom, Sakura leaf, Yuzu peel, Sencha tea (green tea), Gyokuro tea (refined green tea) and Sanshō pepper.
Six Japanese botanists grown for four seasons, the six Japanese botanists have been carefully selected to create ROKU, Japan's authentic artisan gin.
Each botanist has been harvested at the peak of his season to extract the best flavor and distillate to fully embody the blessings of nature.
The harvest of the four seasons has been mixed to create the balanced flavor of ROKU.
ALCOHOL DEGREE: 43%
Suntory is a Japanese brewery and distillery. Founded in 1899 Suntory started as a shop selling imported wines. In 1924 Japan's first distillery -Destilería Yamazaki- starts producing malt whiskey. Five years later, first sold in Japan Suntory Whiskey whiskey Shirofuda (White Label) being the first Japanese whiskey domestic production. In 1963 the company changed its name to Suntory.More about the Producer