Masahiro Okinawa Japanese Craft Gin

700 mL bottle  |   LCBO#:  544147
$101.25
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    Masahiro distillery has been on the tropical southern island of Naha in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan since 1883. Their expertise lies in Awamori, Okinawa's traditional spirit, so it is only natural that Okinawa's first craft gin be made from an Awamori base. Masahiro Okinawa Gin Recipe No 1 has botanicals including roselle (from the hibiscus family), guava leaves, and long pepper, but the most interesting addition is goya, the green, Okinawan bitter melon. At 47% ABV, it's bursting with floral flavours, tropical fruit, and green notes from the bitter melon.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    700 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    47%
    Made In:
    Japan
    By:
    Kokubu Group Corp
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    700 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    47%
    Made In:
    Japan
    By:
    Kokubu Group Corp
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