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Shirokokonoe white mirin

Shirokokonoe white mirin

Réference : NISZKM5

€29.85
Tax included

Shirokokonoe white mirin is made from shochu obtained by distilling kasu sake which gives it a very rich aroma.

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Shirokokonoe white mirin

The shochu used is carefully selected by the toji (master brewers).
This shiroKokonoe white mirin contains a low percentage of sugar and a high percentage of glucose derived from sticky rice.
It can be sweetened with a rich flavor derived from rice.
It is much more popular than regular hon mirin for dashi-based tsuyu sauces accompanying soba, kaiseki cuisine, Kyoto cuisine, and other Japanese dishes that enhance the taste of dashi.
It contains a lot of glucose derived from rice, which sweetens the taste of soy sauce.

Its mild flavor makes it suitable for lightly seasoned dishes and brings out all the flavor of the ingredients.

NISZKM5
Origin
Aichi, Japan
Weight
1.8 L net
Packaging
glass flask
Ingredients
sugar, sticky rice, sugar cane alcohol, malted rice, distilled rice alcohol
Storage
in a dry and cool place
Nutritional values
Per 100 ml : energy 234 kcal (985 kJ) ; fat <0,7g, of which saturates <0,01g ; carbohydrate 38,3g, of which sugars 38,3g ; dietary fiber g; protein <0,5g ; salt <0,01g.
Recommanded use
Cooking
Volume of pure alcohol
14%
Recommandation
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
KOKONOE MIRIN

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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