Kodakara Yuzu liqueur is made from the finest yuzu (a Japanese lemon/orange/grapefruit citrus) from Kochi Prefecture (located on the Pacific Sea side of Shikoku Island and famous for Yuzu).
It is a fresh and zesty style, (compared with the much richer and marmalade-like Gozenshu Yuzu) making for a wonderfully refreshing and thirst quenching drink. Especially when served ice cold, on the rocks or mixed with soda. Tatenokawa, the makers of this fine liqueur, also recommend drinking it hot in the winter.
The shochu base has the bonus of making the liqueur very stable. Once open it should last a good few weeks, if kept in the fridge.
Ingredients: Shochu, yuzu fruit juice (Kochi Prefecture), fructose, glucose