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Nagasaki Dejima Gin Dennoshin1812
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Nagasaki Dejima Gin Dennoshin1812

SK0066


HK$550.00
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Japan's first crafted gin. The first gin was made in Japan in the second half of the Edo period, Nagasaki and Dejima. For the Dutch who were cut off by the motherland for supplies, the Nagasaki Governor's Office opened the production of gin in 1812. Since there are records showing that the taste of juniper (the raw material of gin) is too strong, the content of juniper in the gin of Kitanogawa is more than three times that of original gin (⇒also called triple juniper ). So it is irresistible for gin lovers.

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