Here is a barley shochu with a special taste moderately remained after drinking,
with the harmony of the “refined and fragrant flavor” provided by domestic two-rowed barley and the “faint sweetness” extracted from rice used for the rice malt.
You can enjoy it simply with ice,
and it goes well with soda making use of its sweetness.
This versatile barley shochu is also recommended for mixing with hot water to grow its mellowness.
(Products for Japan)
Grilled pork ribs
Simmered offal in miso
Feel a full bodied taste and later a hint of sweetness.
by Bujin-ga artist
A black horse running from the country of myths (heaven). It represents our wish that our shochu spreads out from Takachiho, a town of myths, to the world. The Suibokuga (ink-wash painting) label is painted by Masayuki Kojo, the Bujin-ga artist. An eye catching label design of the very powerful army horse.
An eye catching label design of the very powerful army horse.