The Japanese Bitters Yuzu

The best known Japanese fruit. A unique, tart citrus reminiscent of a heady lemon with a hint of bergamot. This fruit resembles a small grapefruit with variable skin texture. The yuzu tree is prickly and the fruit difficult to pick, but like a rose, yuzu is worth the thorns. Yuzu fruit is sourced locally from farmers in Tokushima prefecture, a region renowned for yuzu production.

ABV 27%
100ml

Tasting notes: tart, grapefruit, lemon, bergamot
Recommended cocktails: Martini, Whisky Highball, Gin and Tonic
Recommended beer: Ale

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The best known Japanese fruit. A unique, tart citrus reminiscent of a heady lemon with a hint of bergamot. This fruit resembles a small grapefruit with variable skin texture. The yuzu tree is prickly and the fruit difficult to pick, but like a rose, yuzu is worth the thorns. Yuzu fruit is sourced locally from farmers in Tokushima prefecture, a region renowned for yuzu production.

ABV 27%
100ml

Tasting notes: tart, grapefruit, lemon, bergamot
Recommended cocktails: Martini, Whisky Highball, Gin and Tonic
Recommended beer: Ale

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