This luscious liqueur doesn’t mess around. A delightful dose of ten percent yuzu juice gives this sake a citrus kick that tingles the tongue. Don’t let that citrus fool you though, there’s still enough sweetness to keep you coming back for more. The traditional sake flavors are less pronounced in this brew, which is okay considering how dangerously delicious it is. If you want something fun and light, this liquor is for you.
Tsukasabotan is brewed in Shikoku region.
Tsukasabotan Brewing Company
Tsukasabotan was established in 1603 as the private brewery for the ruler of Sagawa Castle at the time, Lord Shigeyoshi Fukaoizuminokami. The brewery soon became renowned for its dry sake and still holds that honorable reputation today. The brewery itself is nestled in a valley between the Shikoku mountains, an idyllic place for brewing sake. Today, Tsukasabotan continues to produce sake that is beloved by many, many sake enthusiasts. Every batch they craft adds to sake’s unraveled legacy.