Kiyoko Yuzu

Saké - Nihonshu - 8% - 70 cl

Produced on the island of Honshū in the Kansai region, Kiyoko Yuzu, whose origins go back over 100 years, is a Japanese aperitif drink made from sake infused with yuzu, the small citrus fruit typical of Japan.

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Its aromatic bouquet reveals tangy notes of yuzu, subtly accompanied by citrus and citrus blossom. The finish is long and sweet, leaving a refreshing sensation on the palate. Kiyoko Yuzu should be served chilled, on the rocks or as a cocktail. It goes perfectly with Tonic or Prosecco, adding a touch of elegance to convivial moments such as aperitifs or desserts.

Kiyoko Yuzu's adventure begins in Japan's mountainous south, along the Pacific Ocean, where wide temperature variations and abundant sunshine precipitate the ideal conditions for growing yuzu. Each yuzu is hand-picked by local farmers and immediately pressed to preserve its freshness. Kiyoko's yuzu juice is pure, with no additives or artificial flavoring. The expertise of Kiyoko Craft's toji (master brewer) is revealed in the perfect balance between pure yuzu juice and Junmai sake. The latter, created from the highly prized Gohyakumangoku rice and Miyamizu water from Mount Rokkō, offers a distinctive, lively and vibrant aroma, creating a delicate and complex harmony.

This artisanal beverage should be stored in a cool, dry place, preferably in the refrigerator. Once opened, it should be enjoyed within a month to fully appreciate the natural, invigorating flavor of yuzu combined with the sweetness of sake.


Details Kiyoko Yuzu


Saké - Nihonshu




Kiyoko Craft


Honshu - Osaka




70 cl



Rice variety



Bottle only

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Cocktail & Highball

Cocktail & Highball

Ideal in highball for a fresh and light Japanese style cocktail!



Goes perfectly with the sweetness of your desserts

Made from rice

Made from rice

Made from finely selected Japanese rice



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