Today, I will drink Japanese representative Liuqin. It is a transparent and beautiful hexagonal bottle. Each side has a picture representing its raw materials, which are yuzu, sencha, sakura leaf, jade dew, sansho, and cherry blossoms. It is pasted with beautiful white washi paper. If the London No. 3 gin is classical, the six gin is the Edo period style.
Look at the Koto Bar full of Japanese ingredients (there are still juniper berries as the main ingredient)!
★Producing area: Japan
★Concentration: marked 43%, measured 42%
★Wine color: transparent boiled water
★Smell the fragrance:
It is full of the aroma of orange peel and white grapefruit, the smell of alcohol is medium (slightly more pronounced than №3), peppery, a little sour citrus, and juniper berry taste is medium. The overall aroma is not as unassuming as №3, but rather Very calm and smooth fragrance.
A strong aroma of juniper berries, followed by a rich white grapefruit peel, which is thick to a bit bitterness. After swallowing the wine juice with irritating white pepper, it immediately calms down, and the freshly stimulated taste disappears completely after swallowing it and becomes faint. Cherry blossoms and citrus flavors.