Pleasingly mild and aromatic, with the evocative flavour of ripe pear and cinnamon. Terrifically popular in Japan, where it is credited with defining a new shochu style for contemporary tastes.
|Storage Instruction:||Room Temperature|
|After Opened:||1 year|
|Food Recommendation:||Great on the rocks or with water in a 70/30 ratio. Traditionalists prefer "Iki" warmed to around 40 degrees.|