Satoh
Satoh
Otherworldly flavour and aroma, perfect balance and harmony

Satsuma Domain

Satoh’s otherworldly flavour and aroma derive from the Koganesengan sweet potato, grown only in Kagoshima. Its smoothness and graceful, well-knit texture are unique.

Kagoshima Prefecture

Kyushu

Satoh Distilling Company

Satoh Distilling Company

Kagoshima Prefecture

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Twenty-five years ago Satoh Distilling Company introduced a new approach to shochu making, emphasising superior ingredients and careful quality control. It uses locally-grown Koganesengan sweet potatoes—the gold standard for shochu-makers—meticulously washed and trimmed before steaming. The company has developed its own distillation method, and ages its shochu for a full three years prior to release, ensuring full flavour and graceful balance. As a result of this commitment to quality, Satoh is the most sought-after sweet potato shochu in Japan.

Satoh

Technical Specifications

Classification: Sweet Potato Shochu
Sweet potato variety: Koganesengan
Alcohol: 25%


Serving recommendations

Pour gently into hot water in a 6:4 or 5:5 ratio, not the other way around.

Restaurant & Retail Guides

Where to find Satoh in the U.K.

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