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25 %  alcohol  #  14346

Text Box: This full-fledged Satsuma shochu is produced by Satsuma Shuzo located in the well-known Satsuma sweet potato growing region, Minami Satsuma. The soil of Shirasu plateau is composed of volcanic ash which is ideal for growing Satsuma sweet potatoes. Brewed with this potato and clean spring water from the Kan No Ko (God’s River), this shochu has a dry, robust taste.

750ml

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25 %  alcohol    #    14393

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24 %  alcohol  #  14348

Text Box: Kurose Toji (master brewer), whose greatest talent was making Black-Koji based shochu, worked his magic using a traditional brewing method requiring high quality KOGANE SENGAN sweet potatoes grown in the South Satsuma area of Japan. Enjoy this schochu’s mild sweetness and rich aroma, which are distinctive characteristics of Black-Koji shochu. Serve on-the rocks to experience the full offering of its elegant flavor.
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Text Box: 24 %  alcohol  #  14400
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IKKOMON

Ikkomon is made with Imo (sweet potatoes) Koji. This makes Ikkomon a distinctive beverage, because other Imo Shochu are generally made with Kome (rice) Koji. Enjoy the authentic Imo flavor.

BENIIKKO

750ml

Text Box: Beniikko is an unique Honkaku Shochu distilled from 100% Beni-Satsuma sweet potatoes. Unlike the most shochu that has been produced with Kome(rice)Koji Beniikko is made with Imo(sweet potatoes)Koji. This is the secret to the magnificent rich taste and smell.
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KUROKAME

Kurokame is made according to a traditional method in which Kuro Koji (Black Koji) is used, and the fermentation process takes place in Kame (a large porcelain pot). This process imparts in Kurokame a rich and bold taste reminiscent of traditional Imo (sweet potato) Shochu.

750ml

24 %  alcohol    #    14400

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Text Box: Bold sweet potato aroma with a soothing well-round flavor is the best way to describe this sweet potato-based brew. Born and bred in southern Japan, this classic has remained unchanged since the distillery was founded. Satsuma Hozan has been the foundation on which the HOZAN brand has flourished throughout Japan. 
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Text Box: 24 %  alcohol    #    14362

Using yellow koji, which is known for its fruity and very aromatic effect on shochu. Tomino Hozan is one of the most popular sweet potato shouchu among woman in Japan. The main ingredients, Sweet potato and the yellow Koji make this shouchu smell like cherry, grapefruit or fresh cut flowers.

750ml

24 %  alcohol    #    14360

Text Box: Using a Kame-Tsubo earthen pot, this Imo (sweet potato) shochu made with Black-Koji malt is brewed using a traditional fermentation method. This time-honored, full-bodied crisp taste will definitely tempt the palate of many generations to come.

750ml

24 %  alcohol    #    14361

So good, it took home 1st place in the Kagoshima Shochu Competition. If that wasn’t enough, Hamada Shuzo was the first to use red bottles in this shochu category. Made from selected Kogane-Sengan sweet potatoes, specially harvested in Kagoshima prefecture, traditional Kuro-Koji (black yeast) and pure, deep sea water. Retains hints of the earth and sea from which it came. “Iwai no aka” literally means “celebratory red”. Come celebrate its savory and subtle sweetness combined with a sweet potato finish.

750ml

24 %  alcohol    #    14353

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