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Ki No Bi Kyoto Dry Gin

Ki No Bi Kyoto Dry Gin

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Vintage: N/A
Ageing: N/A
Ingredient: 6 Botanicals
Origin: Japan - Kyoto
Abv: 45.7%
Vol.: 700ml
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Aroma:  A fresh of yuzu, and a thread of sansho that lingers like a morning mist in a bamboo forest.


Palate:
The juniper complements and showcases the Japanese botanicals.


Conclusion: Ginger root gives a slightly warming, spicy finish.

Editor Choice: KI NO BI- a gin that speaks of its place of birth.
As clear as the air in the sacred mountains of Kyoto.

Ki No Bi is made from a rice spirit,complemented by the addition of regional botanicals such as yellow yuzu, hinoki, sansho pepper, bamboo leaf, cave-aged ginger and fine gyokuro tea from the Uji region. KI NO BI uses a rice spirit base and peerless water sourced in the famous sakebrewing district, Fushimi.

Awards:

Silver
Silver Gin Made in Asia - 2019

           The Asian Spirits Masters (The Spirits Business)

Silver
Silver Distilled Super Premium Gin - 2019
           International Spirits Challenge
Bronze
Bronze Distilled Super Premium Gin - 2019

             International Spirits Challenge

 

Gold
Gold Ultra Premium - 2019

         The Gin Masters (The Spirits Business)

Gold
Gold Gin - Contemporary Styles - 2019

         International Wine & Spirit Competition

Gold
Gold London Dry - 2020

         World Gin Awards

 

Cocktail Recipe: Saketini (Sake Martini)

Saketini

Ingredients:

  • KI NO BI / 60ml
  • Japanese sake / 1 tsp

Preparation:

Pour the ingredients into ice-filled mixing glass and stir carefully.
Add Japanese sake to taste.

This is the Japanese version of “The king of cocktail”.
Japanese sake adds softness and aids smoother mouthfeel.

Cocktail Recipe: Oyuwari (Ki No Bi with hot water)

 

Ingredients:

  • KI NO BI / 30ml
  • Hot water (about 90°c) / 30ml

Preparation:

Serve like hot Japanese sake. A revelation in which a European-style spirit is enjoyed in a traditionally Japanese manner.

Yuzu aromas pair perfectly with Japanese cuisine. Sansho aromas stimulates your appetite. Try Oyuwari with Japanese dishes such as Sushi, Sashimi, Yaki-zakana(Grilled fish) etc.

Cocktail Recipe: Mizuwari (Ki No Bi with cold water)

 

Ingredients:

  • KI NO BI / 30ml
  • Mineral water / 30ml

Preparation:

Using high-quality clear ice is key.

Combine both ingredients in a cup and stir.

In a Mizuwari you will find some sweetness coming from the Gyokuro.
Mizuwari goes particularly well as a pairing with food.

Cocktail Recipe: On the rocks

 

Ingredients:

  • KI NO BI / 30ml
  • Ball ice / 1

Preparation:

Using high-quality clear ice is key.
Combine both ingredients in a glass tumbler and stir.

 

Cocktail Recipe: Kinobi with Sansho pepper

 

 

 Ingredients:

  • KI NO BI / 30ml
  • Ball ice / 1
  • Sansho powder

The perfect aperitif.