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Yuzu in Europe is increasingly attracting attention as a Japanese flavour following matcha and is used in high-end restaurants and patisseries. In 2021, we have developed this product in response to requests from our passionate fans. In order to reduce the bitterness and bring out their fresh aroma, the zest of the yuzu is carefully peeled by hand and no additional flavourings are used, resulting in a natural taste.
We created YUZU SAKÉ with no added sugar, using yuzu from Eus.
It has a dry taste, not sweet like most yuzu sakes, which are usually sweetened with sugar. It brings out the freshness, acidity, and slight bitterness of the citron and the addition of mint adds complexity to the flavor.
- ABV (alcohol by volume): 13%
- Recommended storage temperature: 5°C
- Recommended temperature when enjoying: between 10°C and 12°C
- Ingredients: Camargue rice, French yuzu, French mint, Lemons from Menton, Verbena from Provence
WE ARE WAKAZE
We are WAKAZE, a sake start-up that has been brewing sake with French ingredients since 2019. Sake for the world. With the aim of bringing SAKE to the tables of the world, we are challenging the conventional wisdom while respecting tradition.
The order will normally be shipped the next day of order day and will be delivered within 1-3 working days from the shipping date (depending on the country). Once it is shipped, you will receive an automatic notification e-mail, from which you can check the status.
We ship to the following countries
We are using UPS for all deliveries. Please note that we do not currently offer a choice of other delivery companies. We also generally do not offer delivery to remote islands as the shipping costs will be different.
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