Akashi Tai Shiraume Ginjo Umeshu

Liqueur de fruit - 14% - 50 cl

Akashi Tai Shiraume Ginjo Umeshu is a plum liqueur made with ginjo sake by the Akashi-Tai family brewery, founded 140 years ago in the city of Akashi.

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On the nose, Akashi Tai Shiraume Ginjo Umeshu is characterized by a voluptuous bouquet of candied cherries and plums. On the palate, this liqueur is sweet, offering generous notes of plum and almond. The finish is fresh and long, leaving a lasting impression of sweetness and finesse, perfect for sipping as an aperitif or digestif.

Born of the marriage between the traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage and the ume, a small Japanese fruit similar to the mirabelle plum, this umeshu is made from top-quality ingredients including Yamadanishiki rice, grown in Hyogo prefecture. With a residual polish of 58% (42% removed), this rice offers a Ginjo sake base of exceptional finesse and purity. The hand-harvested plums, macerated in the sake for 6 months, then transfer their sweetness and sweetness to the blend during the two years of maturation in stainless steel tanks.

Recommended to be enjoyed chilled or at room temperature, Akashi Tai Shiraume Ginjo Umeshu can be enjoyed on its own, as an accompaniment to chocolate desserts or even in cocktails, offering remarkable versatility.


Details Akashi Tai Shiraume Ginjo Umeshu


Liqueur de fruit


Akashi Sake Brewery


Akashi Sake Brewery


Honshu - Hyogo




50 cl


Plum (ume)


Bottle only

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Brewery Akashi Sake Brewery

Based in Akashi since 1856, the Yonezawa family brewery has been producing Japanese sake and liqueurs for over a century. Marketed under the Akashi-Tai brand, their name pays homage to the gilthead sea bream ("Tai" in Japanese), emblem of Akashi City.

Made from a fine selection of the best Gohyakumangoku and Yamadanishiki rice, Akashi-Tai sakes are produced in small quantities, under the supervision of Kimio Yonezawa, Master Toji of the house and also Master Blender & Distiller from the adjacent Kaikyo distillery.

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