Toyonaga
Toyonaga
Sweet and smooth, like a Speyside single malt

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A classic rice shochu from the Kyushu heartland. Exceptionally smooth and mellow, Toyonaga has a sweet meadowland flavour, reminiscent of Speyside single malts.

Kumamoto Prefecture

Kyushu

Toyonaga Distilling Company
Toyonaga Distilling Company

Toyonaga Distilling Company

Kumamoto Prefecture

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The Hitoyoshi plateau in Kumamoto Prefecture, blessed with ideal conditions for rice cultivation, has been a shochu center for over five hundred years. Here, in the town of Yunomae near the headwaters of the Kuma River, Shiro Toyonaga and his fellow workers produce a rice shochu like no other, gently fragrant, elegantly smooth and with a sweet meadowland flavour reminiscent of Speyside single malts. Uses 100% organic rice.

Toyonaga

Technical Specifications

Classification: Rice Shochu
Rice variety: Yamadanishiki, Saikai No.134
Alcohol: 24–25%


Serving recommendations

At 48 proof, Toyonaga can be sipped straight but is usually blended at a 6:4 ratio with water. Equally delicious warmed, at room temperature or over ice.

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