This herbal spirit is not just for cilantro fans: Paku-chii Spirit is made from pakuchi from Kagoshima, which is grown there with great care and also pesticide-free. For some years now, coriander has been extremely popular in beverages in the Land of the Rising Sun. This is also the case with this spirit, which is bottled at 35% vol. and is produced entirely without the use of additives such as flavors or sweeteners. An absolutely fresh experience!
The alcoholic base for Paku-chii Spirit is the finest Honkaku barley shochu, which has been aged for several years, and is therefore particularly mild and soft. Fresh Pakuchi is added in the second mash. Through this, the manufacturer DEN-EN Shuzo achieves a particularly refreshing and impressive taste and a powerful aroma. No additives, fragrances or sweeteners are added. The Pakuchi is grown in Kagoshima absolutely pesticide-free.
Cilantro has become increasingly popular in Japan in recent years and has also triggered a boom in the country's beverage world. Pakuchi chips, Pakuchi sweets and Pakuchi sauce are available, as are Pakuchi mojito, Pakuchi lassi and Paku-chii spirit.
This spirit is ideal for cocktails, but can also be enjoyed on the rocks or mixed with tonic, soda, tea or juice. The alcohol content is 35%.
Net quantity: 500 ml
Alk.: 35% vol
Dispensed only to persons of full age
Importer: Ginza Berlin GmbH, Pfalzburger Straße 20, 10719 Berlin
About DEN-EN Shuzo
DEN-EN Shuzo was founded in Hiwakicho Tonohara in Kagoshima Prefecture in 1905. The distillery is considered a pioneer in the field of barrel-aged shochus. In 1956, the very first mugi (barley) shochu) in the country was barreled here. Since then, they have perfected this method through many experiments. DEN-EN Shuzo, for example, implemented the "Ongaku Jikomi" technique. For this, classical music is played to the shochu during production to speed up fermentation and improve aging in the barrel. Of course, classical music is also used in the production of the barrel-aged imo (sweet potato) shochu that DEN-EN worked on for 18 years. In addition to great shochu, DEN-EN also makes fine liqueurs and brandies.