Taragawa Bourbon Cask

Rum - 46 % - 70 cl

Founded in 1948 on Miyakojima Island in the Okinawa archipelago, Taragawa Distillery is known for its production of awamori the traditional alcohol made from distilled rice.

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€41.00
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Monday 27 May with Chronopost - Express

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Tuesday 28 May with DPD - Relais Pickup

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Note: orders validated before 12h are dispatched in the afternoon! After 12h, orders are dispatched the next day (except weekends and holidays).

Founded in 1948 on Miyakojima Island in the Okinawa archipelago, Taragawa Distillery is known for its production of awamori the traditional alcohol made from distilled rice.

Surrounded by sugarcane fields, the distillery distills small quantities of locally harvested sugarcane molasses. This amber rum is produced by a double distillation in a hybrid still: a first distillation under vacuum and a second under normal atmosphere. It is then aged for 5 months in ex-Bourbon barrels and bottled unfiltered at 46%.

Its complex and gourmet profile reveals banana and passion fruit aromas on the nose, with vanilla and spicy notes on the palate. A lingering spicy finish with notes of white pepper will bring the tasting to a close.

Taragawa Bourbon Cask can be enjoyed as a dry whiskey or on the rocks, but can also be used as a cocktail stocking stuffer.

Détails

Details Taragawa Bourbon Cask

Type

Rum

Distillery

Taragawa

Region

Okinawa - Myiakojima

Strength

46 %

Filtration

Unchill filtered

Volume

70 cl

Type of cask

Bourbon

Ingredient

Molasses

Packaging

Cardboard case

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Exotic fruits

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Spicy

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