Kaseda, rare corn Shochu, was made from a similar mash bill and process as Bourbon, meaning the main ingredient is corn and matured in oak casks, then slept in stainless steel tanks.
Usually, most of Shochu are made with sweet potatoes, barley or rice, Kaseda corn Shochu is unique on the market !
Kaseda is a Honkaku Shochu, meaning one-time distilled in a pot-still by the Bansei Distillery from Minami-Satsura in the Kagoshima prefecture.
Then, Kaseda 30 is matured for a long period of minimum 30 years in carefully selected American oak barrels.
TASTING NOTES COLOUR
COLOUR : Amber color
NOSE : Vegetal with hint of honey and apricot
PALATE : Well balanced with smoky aromas
FINISH : Long with sweet aromas