Japanese Liquor Umeshu. What is it?
|Choya Umeshu Plum Wine||
Choya Plum Wine is a premium plum wine imported from Japan with real Ume-plum fruits in the bottle. Enjoy Umeshu on the rocks, Umeshu tonic or simply pour small amount of Umeshu over vanilla ice cream to enjoy a unique Ume flavored dessert. Sweet and refreshing!
|Zuisen Plum Wine from Awamori Shochu from Okinawa Island||
Japanese Umeshu plum wine made of Awamori Spirit from Okinawa Island. This Umeshu is not so sweet with little acid.
|Nagare Ume Kokuto Umeshu Plum Wine with Brown Sugar||
Japanese Umeshu plum wine made of sake rice wine with brown sugar. It is not too sweet and has a slight bitter aftertaste from the brown sugar.
|Nagare Ume Sukkiri Umeshu Plum Wine from Sake||
Japanese Umeshu plum wine made of sake rice wine. It first has a strong notion of sake and a fruity long aftertaste of ume plum.
|9 Years Matured Umeshu Plum Wine||
|Umeshu Plum Wine with Ginger||
Japanese Umeshu Plum Wine with Ginger. It first has a sharp notion and then a beautiful ginger flavor. Nice on the rock or with soda.
|Umeshu Plum Wine with Green Tea from Kyoto||
Umeshu plum wine with green tea with rice shochu from Kyoto. It is made using real green tea leaves and has a very natural bitter aftertaste. It is ideal as a light digestif after a heavy meal.
|Umeshu Plum Wine with Red Shiso from Kyoto||
Umeshu plum wine with red shiso with rice shochu from Kyoto. It is made using real shiso leaves and has a subtle and refreshing taste.
|Umeshu Plum Wine with Passion Fruit made of Awamori Shochu||
Japanese Umeshu Plum Wine made with Awamori Shochu from Okinawa and Passion Fruit. It has a beautiful sweet sour flavor and is a very nice fruity aperitif
|Umeshu Plum Wine with Banana||
Japanese Umeshu Plum Wine with Banana. This umeshu has a strong flavor of banana and is best consumer on the rocks or on vanilla ice
|Umeshu Plum Wine with Yuzu from Kyoto||
Japanese Umeshu plum wine with Yuzu made of rice shochu from Kyoto. This umeshu has a lot of acid and a slightly sweet bitter notion from the Yuzu peel making it a nice aperitif.