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Shinjiro Torii at the age of 20 had a dream to “create an original Japanese spirit blessed with the riches of Japanese nature and ‘monozukuri’ craftsmanship: a relentless pursuit for perfection, meticulous attention to detail and commitment to quality.” He then founded the House of Suntory in 1899 to pursue his dream.
Shinjiro overcame numerous hardships to make his dream a reality, creating wine, whisky and brandy, and launching Hermes Gin the first Suntory Gin in the year 1936. Shinjiro and his family continuously pushed his vision with the same challenging spirit, applying the philosophy of “yatte minahare” (go for it), to challenge market conventions and introduce innovative quality spirits for the world.
Today, the House of Suntory is proud to introduce Roku, the Japanese craft gin which in Japanese translates to the number six. The creation and perfection of Roku is based on more than 100 years of experience, knowledge and expertise. Every bottle of Suntory Roku Gin contains six very special botanicals that are sourced exclusively in Japan. Sakura flower, Sakura leaf, Sencha tea, Gyokuro tea, Sansho pepper and Yuzu peel are the six main botanicals in Roku Gin. Suntory also developed its own multiple distillation processes to bring out the special features of each botanical and perfectly balance the mix inside Roku Gin.
MIX IT UP
Enjoy the classic Gin & Tonic with Suntory Roku Gin. Simply fill a glass with ice and stir till frosted and remove the excess melted water. Pour the desired amount of Roku Gin into a glass and squeeze lime into it. Lastly, pour the desired amount of tonic water and enjoy!
TO THE EYE
TO THE NOSE
Cherry blossom and green tea provide a floral and sweet aroma.
TO THE TONGUE
Complex, multi-layered, yet harmonious flavour of various botanicals. Traditional gin taste in the base, plus characteristic Japanese botanical notes with yuzu as the top note. Smooth and silky texture.
TO THE END
The crisp Japanese Sansho pepper brings a little spiciness to the finish.