Only the finest, fully ripened Ume fruitsare picked and preserved within 24 hours of harvest. A full year of natural fermentation extracts a delicate sweetness, fruity flavor and exquisite aroma.
In Japan, Ume fruit liqueur is called Umeshu, Ume means Japanese plum-like fruit and Shu means Liquor/Sake. The ume fruit is rich in citrus acid just like lemon and orange. Japanese apprciate ume fruit as a healthy food and contains affluent minerals such as potassium and iron. The fruit is visibly seen from the bottle.
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