Tasting Notes include soft oak and honey with candied apples. Powdered sugar as well as the lightest touch of sherry is present. The Finish is soft with mild oak. There is a slightly creamy texture.
This is a limited release to celebrate the rich history of Hitoyoshi, Japan. The blue on the label is the Kuma River. The dark brown is the mountains of the region. The red structure represents the Aoi Aso Shrine originally founded in 806 with over 1200 years of history. The dragons are said to have been lured to the shrine while drinking water at a nearby pond. Junishi Oda is a local artist based in Hitoyoshi.
1,200 bottles produced globally.
7 in stock
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