The Awamori Soju Nanpu is aged for three years and has a taste similar to a slightly peated Scotch. The flavor is quite savory, dry, a bit smokey, and intense. Quite delicious and memorable.
Awamori is the oldest Japanese spirits made out of 100% rice and black koji mold. It is made in Okinawa, the southernmost part of Japan in the land of longevity known as the
Awamori is made of Thai rice and black koji-mold. It is similar to "Shochu", but it has a strong aroma and unique character. No sugar and gluten contained and 100% natural.
Drink it as a straight shot, diluted with water and ice or a cocktail. Awamori could also be an excellent replacement of gin, vodka or tequila.