The Yonezawa Family, a family of sake brewers since 1856, began to distill in 1917. With the approach of celebrating 100 years of spirits production, the House installed two new Forsyth’s stills. This renewal gave birth to the distillery named Kaikyo in tribute to the very famous Akashi-Kaikyo bridge located in front of the distillery. 135 ° East Hyogo Dry Gin is an artisanal gin made from the distillation of classic London Dry botanicals and Japanese botanicals.
A Japanese gin from the Kaikyo Distillery, which combines juniper berries with Japanese botanical elements: yuzu, shizo, Sansho pepper. A floral, silky and balanced gin, between citrus and bitterness. The finish is peppery and spicy.
Perfect balance between complexity and harmony
東 経 135 度 線 明石 酒類 醸 造 海峡 蒸 溜 所 （兵 庫 県）
70cl alc. 42% vol.