The roasty, vegetal aroma fills your mouth with your first sip.A subtle sweetness and wood-like fragrance appears as you exhale,and before you know it, you’re back for another sip.A familiar fragrance brings you back,the effortless combination of roasted hojicha tea with gin.Kagoshima, one of Japan’..
Shochu x Sakurajima Komikan = Komasa GinAttention to Gin Lovers, the new Komasa Gin from Kagoshima, Japan, is now available @ The Rare Malt! The best buddy to make Gin & Soda / tonic before getting melted by summer.Rice Shochu is used as the base of Komasa Gin, with Juniper Berries, Sakurajima K..
This 30 YO expression has a rich and magnificent nose showing an array of dried fruits. On the palate, there are lots of honeyed fruit, with a long and mellow finish. It pairs perfectly with nutty desserts and dried fruits. Can be served chilled between 12º and 16º...
The first Japanese gin made in Kyoto.Created with Japanese botanicals, such as yellow yuzu, hinoki wood chips, gyokuro tea. The distillery separates these botanicals into six different categories and distills each category individually. As a result there is a fresh aroma of yuzu, and a thread of san..
In Japanese, Roku means “Six”. Roku are made with six special botanicals sourced in Japan. The botanicals are distilled separately according to each feature, to extract the best flavour and maintain their individual characteristics.Balanced and complex. On nose there are cherry blossoms and green te..
Made in Hong KongN.I.P GinThe ability to make difference begins with you: The two founders of N.I.P had an idea in 2017, and they worked hard in previous years to turn their idea into a product. Even they did not have any related background, they set out to pursue their passion in creating a true Ho..