135° East Hyogo Dry Gin
Gin - 42% - 70 cl
135° East Hyogo Dry Gin is a handcrafted gin distilled from the classic botanicals of a London Dry (juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica), 5 Japanese botanicals (yuzu, sansho pepper, cedar wood, shiso leaves, chrysanthemum)Read more
135° East Hyogo Dry Gin is a handcrafted gin distilled from the classic botanicals of a London Dry (juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica), 5 Japanese botanicals (yuzu, sansho pepper, cedar wood, shiso leaves, chrysanthemum), and a special ingredient ; a drop of distilled junmai sake. Before being blended for the final result, the botanicals are distilled independently of each other, and under vacuum to obtain a more delicate distillate.
135° East Hyogo Dry Gin takes its name from the longitude on which the distillery is located. Its aromatic profile with a perfect balance between complexity and harmony expresses a floral nose and clove neck notes. On the palate the silky texture accompanies notes of citrus fruits and flowers which turn into peppery and spicy notes on the finish.
Brewers of sake since 1856, the Yonezawa Family began distilling in 1917. On the occasion of the celebration of 100 years of spirits production, two new Forsyth's stills were installed at the Akashi site giving birth to a new distillery named Kaikyo in honor of the famous Akashi Kaikyo Bridge located nearby.
Details 135° East Hyogo Dry Gin
Akashi Sake Brewery
Honshu - Hyogo
The distillery Kaikyō Distillery
Founded in 2017, the Kaikyō distillery is one of those new distilleries that contribute to the current diversification of Japanese whiskies.
Built at the initiative of Kimio Yonezawa as a tribute to the century-old distillation know-how of the family business, the distillery takes its name from the world's longest hanging bridge, Akashi-Kaikyō, located nearby.
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