The Japanese Bitters Shiso Bitters
Try adding to a gin and tonic or martini.
The KI NO TEA expression by the Kyoto Distillery includes Tencha and Gyokuro leaves in its botanical list, in an attempt to bring out the deep, com...View full details
Tsutsumi Distillery has been producing traditional shochu for 141 years and is 1 of only 28 distilleries certified by the WTO as a Kuma Shochu prod...View full details
Crafted specifically for the modern bartender, iichiko Saiten is a full-flavored expression of shochu that is perfect for cocktails at 43% ABV (alc...View full details
Umami Bitters is crafted from carefully selected high quality materials from all over Japan, including kelp, bonito flakes, and dried shiitake mush...View full details
The Yuzu is a citrus fruit and plant originating in Southern Japan. It is believed to be a hybrid of sour mandarin and Ichang papeda. This fruit re...View full details