Whisky umeshu uses a plum wine made of Nanko-ume, considered the highest quality Japanese ume, blended with Togouchi whisky. The crisp taste makes you drink more without boring. A very rich plum taste with balanced sweet, followed by slightly sour, finished with a short aftertaste. Bright gold liquid with aromatic plum fragrance and slight aroma of whisky.
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