Komasa Komikan Gin
Gin - 40 ° - 50 cl
Komasa Komikan Gin is one of the first creations of the Kanosuke distillery founded in 2018 on the island of Kyushu. Made from locally distilled shochu as the alcoholic baseRead more
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Tuesday 22 June with Chronopost - Express
Wednesday 23 June with Colissimo - Points de retrait
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Komasa Komikan Gin is one of the first creations of the Kanosuke distillery founded in 2018 on the island of Kyushu. Made from locally distilled shochu as the alcoholic base, this atypical gin is composed of a bouquet of classic botanicals including juniper berry to which are added original ingredients such as Sakurajima Komikan, small Japanese mandarin and coriander. All the elements are infused independently of each other in order to extract a maximum of aromas.
Its very fruity nose with tangerine aromas but also accompanied by some notes of violets and cereals, gives way in the mouth to an explosion of flavors with the appearance of pastry notes, and the tasting experience ends in a long finish where the aromas of tangerine, spices and citrus zest gradually disappear.
Details Komasa Komikan Gin
Kyushu - Kagoshima
The brand Komasa
Komasa Gin is a Japanese craft gin brand created in 2018 by Komasa Jyozo, a shochu producer located in Kagoshima, whose origins date back over 130 years.
The Komasa line consists of two gins made with the famous house rice shochu, each highlighting a local ingredient; the small Japanese mandarin for Komasa Sakurajima Komikan, and green tea for Komasa Hojicha.
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