Kuro Kirishima pays homage to that original creation, faithfully recreating its exceptional flavor. The use of black koji infuses the spirit with a delightful round sweetness, perfectly complemented by a refreshingly crisp aftertaste. For the most gratifying experience, savor Kuro Kirishima on the rocks, relishing the delicate aroma that lingers with every sip.
With an Alcohol by Volume (ABV) of 25%, Kuro Kirishima promises an exquisite and memorable drinking journey.
Serving temperature: 4-10 degrees; 16-20 degrees; 40-45 degrees
Explore the Unique Flavors of Sweet Potato Shochu: A Popular Japanese Spirit”
Discover the most common type of shochu in Japan – Sweet Potato (imo) Shochu, and its smoother counterparts made from rice and barley.
Learn why imo shochus offer stronger flavors than typical clear spirits, and find out why this traditional Japanese distilled drink is gaining popularity worldwide.”
Body: “Sweet Potato, also known as imo, shochus, have long been cherished in Japan, while their popularity in the United States is yet to reach the same level.
However, there’s much to explore when it comes to this traditional Japanese spirit.
Japanese Sochu, Sake