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Shochu
Shochu
traditional Japanese white spirit

Shochu, like sake, is all about the goodness of the grain or, in the case of Kagoshima's sweet potato shochu, the goodness of the tuber. The finest shochus are much like Irish whiskies, though even lighter and with a lower alcohol content. Those made by traditional family-owned distilleries are known as "honkaku shochu" to distinguish them from mass-produced labels.

Iki (Barley)
Iki (Barley)
Pleasingly mild and aromatic, with the evocative flavor of ripe pear and cinnamon
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Satoh (Sweet Potato)
Satoh (Sweet Potato)
Satsuma Domain
Otherworldly flavor and aroma, perfect balance and harmony
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Toyonaga (Rice)
Toyonaga (Rice)
Land of Plenty
Sweet and smooth, like a Speyside single malt
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Yama no Mori (Barley)
Yama no Mori (Barley)
Mountain Guardian
Clarity and refinement from Japan's oldest barley shochu
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