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Yuzu liqueur W (500 ml)
  • Yuzu liqueur W (500 ml)

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Weight: 850g

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€32.00
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Product also available in store : 28 rue du Dragon - 75006 PARIS

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Yuzu liqueur W (500 ml)

Data sheet

Brewery
Hakuro Shuzo
Brand
Category
Yuzushu
Region
Nagaoka (Niigata)
Alcohol content
Bottle size
50cl
Taste
Fruity
Sweet
Conservation
Keep in a cool place and away from light. Sake has no expiration date, but we recommend drinking it within one month of purchase to get the most out of its flavors.

This liqueur is based on a Hakuro sake with the refreshing aroma and taste of yuzu. With a low alcohol content of 8%, it is a luxurious blend of two different types of yuzu, sweet and sour and rich, with a depth of flavour that cannot be found elsewhere. This liqueur can be drunk cold, on the rocks or with soda water.



Hakuro Brewery


Founded in 1751 by a merchant from the Nagaoka fiefdom, whose prosperity owes much to its status as a castle town, the Hakuro house originally bore the name "Echuya", but in 1882 it inherited the Makino family brewery, its family crest (3 toothed oak leaves) and the trade name "Hakuro". The Makino family gave birth to many daimyo (feudal lords) who ruled in the Nagaoka region for over 250 years, from the Edo era to the Meiji Restoration. In other words, the Hakuro house can boast a pedigree, and it is for this reason that its sake is often chosen as a gift, and the house ships massively to Tokyo, where demand is even greater than in Niigata Prefecture. As a result, Hakuro's sake is often available in Tokyo's department stores.



About the Family Coat of Arms


Japanese crests are similar to Western crests in that they symbolize a family. However, while Western coats of arms are the prerogative of nobles, Japanese coats of arms are found in all social classes, from nobles to commoners.


 



Consume in moderation.
Alcohol should not be consumed by pregnant women.