The first Gin liquor launched by Japan's Suntory (i.e., the parent company of Yamazaki, Shirasu, and Higashi Whiskey)
-Tsui also has a typical Japanese style, in addition to the eight common ingredients commonly used in general gin, it also adds
"Grapefruit, green tea, and ginger" three Japanese-style herbal materials. The methods of immersion infuse and distillation are used to elicit the flavor of the material. The bottling concentration is 40%.
-On the top of the flavor, the aroma of grapefruit, the green tea flavor, and the pungent taste of ginger in the aftertaste, Suntory hopes that Sui SUI can match the food well.
-The packaging is mainly decorated with turquoise green. The word "Cui" comes from the pen and ink of the calligrapher Ogino Danxue, and is decorated with a small illustration of "Emerald Bird (Fish Dog)".
Suntory Gin has launched a new premium gin wine that uses three of Japan’s most famous flavors: grapefruit, green tea and ginger, as well as 8 traditional gin wine plant ingredients: juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, angelica seeds, cardamom seeds , Cinnamon, bitter orange peel and lemon peel. The result is refreshing, creating a unique and comprehensive delicious drinking experience, perfect for drinking with tonic water or cocktails. If you like "Six ROKU", I believe you will also like "Sui SUI"