Etsu Japanese Gin (700 ml.) - Etsu

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Etsu stands for 'pleasure' in Japanese. This is one of the first Japanese Gin in Italy. Distilled in Hokkaido following a secret Asian recipe using different Japanese botanicals (berries, peppers, teas and fresh citrus fruits from the Japanese islands) including the YUZU which dominates this floral gin. Yuzu is a small, particularly fragrant Japanese citrus with a persistent taste.

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Country Japan
Type Gin
Alcohol Content 43% vol.
Formats Bottle of 700 ml.
Tasting Color: crystalline Bouquet: floral and vegetal, citrus notes with persistent yuzu Taste: Fresh and well-balanced, peppers with hints of tea and green berries.
Food matches Aperitif, Cocktail
Service temperature 6° - 8° C.
Suggested glass Cocktail
Style Contemporary
Type of Production Distilled
Packaging Branded Case

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THE GIN

Etsu stands for 'pleasure' in Japanese. This is one of the first Japanese Gin in Italy. Distilled in Hokkaido following a secret Asian recipe using different Japanese botanicals (berries, peppers, teas and fresh citrus fruits from the Japanese islands) including the YUZU which dominates this floral gin. Yuzu is a small, particularly fragrant Japanese citrus with a persistent taste.

THE DISTILLERY

One of the first Japanese Gin in Italy. This Gin was made in Hokkaido.

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Etsu Japanese Gin (700 ml.) - Etsu

Etsu Japanese Gin (700 ml.) - Etsu

Etsu stands for 'pleasure' in Japanese. This is one of the first Japanese Gin in Italy. Distilled in Hokkaido following a secret Asian recipe using different Japanese botanicals (berries, peppers, teas and fresh citrus fruits from the Japanese islands) including the YUZU which dominates this floral gin. Yuzu is a small, particularly fragrant Japanese citrus with a persistent taste.