A fantastic liqueur, not only for mixologists: The Dover Kinkan liqueur (Kumquat) can be found in every well-stocked bar in Japan. Kumquats are among the most important fruits in Japan and are extremely aromatic. Botanically a rhombic plant, they are very closely related to citrus plants. The liqueurs of Dover are not only of high quality but also have a natural taste. An absolute enrichment for every bar. And every cocktail.
Kumquats originally come from Asia. The Dover Kinkan liqueur has a great balance between sweetness and acidity. The skin and flesh are processed, whereby the skin tastes rather bitter-sweetish, the flesh slightly sour. As an ingredient for cocktails, this liqueur harmonises perfectly with other citrus fruits such as lemon and grapefruit. Kinkan Liqueur is versatile and was developed by Dover not only for the professional bar scene but also for the production of pastries, sweets and desserts. The liqueurs from Dover bring seasonality and the Japanese world of flavours to cocktails, gastronomy and patisserie.
The Dover Kinkan liqueur is with 25% vol. very gentle and mild and is of course also suitable for pure drinking. The black bottle combines the light protection for the high-quality bottle contents with an elegant design. The rear-mounted handle ensures excellent handling in professional use.
Japanese Kumquat (Kinkan) Liqueur
Net Quantity: 700 ml
Alk.: 25% vol
Dispensed only to persons of legal age
Importer: Ginza Berlin GmbH, Pfalzburger Straße 20, 10719 Berlin
About Dover Ltd
Dover was founded in 1969 and is both an importer of major brands of spirits for the Japanese market (such as Grand Marnier, Remy Martin, Verpoorten) and a producer of over 200 high-quality spirits in Japan. Among other things, the company produces its range of liqueurs for the professional and demanding use of mixologists and bartenders at its production facilities in Kobe and Kanagawa, capturing the Japanese world of flavours and making them available for expert use. In addition, Dover has also kept patisserie, gastronomy and confectionery in mind when producing this series.