Ume No Yado Momoshu
Liqueur de fruit - 8% - 72 cl
Momoshu, which means "white peach liquor", is a japanese liquor made from white peaches macerated in alcohol for a period of 6 to 12 months.Read more
Momoshu, which means "white peach liquor", is a japanese liquor made from white peaches macerated in alcohol for a period of 6 to 12 months. This special vintage momoshu is not made with a distilled alcohol but only brewed, which gives the low percentage of alcohol and the sublime soft texture.
Produced by Ume No Yado which means "Inn of the plum" in Japanese, founded in 1893, this exceptionally sweet liqueur expresses all the smoothness and all the flavors of white peach. With a long experience in the production of liqueurs, the House makes a point of honor to use only fruits from local producers.
Details Ume No Yado Momoshu
Liqueur de fruit
Ume No Yado Shuzo
Honshu - Nara
Brewery Asahara Shuzo
Founded in 1882 by Zenjiro Asahara, the brewery was established in the small village of Ogose in Saitama Prefecture.
Located in the heart of a mountainous region with preserved fauna and flora, Asahara Shuzo was originally a sake house which today offers a wide range of alcoholic beverages from sake to shochu, including the famous Nigori fruit liqueurs, but also wine and beer.
Perfect as an aperitif to surprise or simply change
Fruits or flowers
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