Beam Suntory, the third largest premium spirits company in the world, officially launched its first premium Japanese gin "ROKU" a few days ago.
This unique liquor was born in response to the market's demand for top-quality gin with a unique aroma, and Suntory was born in response to the market's love for Japanese products.
"ROKU" is a top-quality gin produced by a gin craftsman who masters various raw materials skillfully and accurately, and focuses on the details of the manufacturing process. ROKU means "six" in Japanese. Six (ROKU) uses 6 kinds of classic Japanese plants: cherry blossoms, cherry blossom leaves, Japanese yuzu peel, sencha, gyokuro, and Japanese sansho; When in full bloom, it is harvested and the essence and aroma are extracted. It is soaked, distilled, and finally blended by Japanese gin craftsmen at Suntory Spirits Factory in Osaka, Japan.
The delicacy of ROKU is the balanced flavor expressed through 6 unique Japanese plants and 8 classic gin materials.
The most unique part of the six (ROKU) process is that in order to extract the most essential flavors of these six Japanese plants, the craftsman chose different pot stills for batch distillation, and such efforts are also for this level. Rich gin delivers silky finesse and balance on the palate.
The extreme focus of the Japanese craftsman spirit on details is also shown on the bottle body. The bottle body of ROKU is presented in a hexagonal shape, representing the 6 kinds of Japanese plants used. At the same time, the appearance of the plants is presented in the form of relief on 6 On the other side; the bottle label is printed on traditional Japanese paper with the Chinese character "六", and is meticulously stamped with a bronzing hexagonal stamp.