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Goshozakura Mirin Premium matured 3 years
The texture is thick, but it has an elegant softness.
Even if you add a small amount to your cooking, it gives your dishes a more pronounced taste.
Two sakura cherry trees and two tachibana mandarin trees are planted in front of the Shishinden, the Ceremonial Hall of the Imperial Palace in Kyoto.
It is said that the sakura in Shishinden was originally a plum tree, but Emperor Ninmyou (810-850), who loved sakura, replaced it with a sakura after the plum tree withered. The Japanese love sakura, and Imperial Palace sakura are the noblest of all.
Our craftsman named this premium mirin "Gosho (Imperial Palace) Sakura" to protect and pass on Japanese traditions to future generations, and to give an appropriate name to the highest quality mirin ever produced by Kokonoe.
Our perfect combination : this mirin is particularly suitable for making topping sauces for grilled unagi eel, yakitori chicken skewers or for pan-fried vegetables, soups and stews.
- Aichi, Japan
- 500 ml net
- glass flask
glutinous rice, shochu distilled rice alcohol, malted rice
- keep away from light, heat and moisture
- Recommanded use
- Volume of pure alcohol
- EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IS DANGEROUS FOR YOUR HEALTH. DRINK WITH MODERATION. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DURING PREGNANCY, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITY, CAN HAVE SEVERE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE CHILD’S HEALTH. THE SALE OF ALCOHOL IS FORBIDDEN TO MINORS UNDER AGE 18
Founded in 1772, Kokonoe Mirin has a history of almost 250 years as a mirin manufacturer. Since the Edo period in Japan, they meticulously and conscientiously craft their mirin by hand, passing the traditional process down to their generations of artisans for a lasting flavor of yesteryear.
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