The letters on the label are 7 and 6, and the letters "Kiroku" and "Ki" are written in cursive. Potatoes, malted rice, and yeast are all grown in-house and brewed with the famous water of Mt. Osuzu.
The nose has a gentle sweetness of grain, black tea, and strong, thick aromas. The taste is well-structured and balanced with good concentration and a lingering aromatic and complex flavor. When served with water, the flavor becomes richer, releasing the sweet, slightly roasted characters of the potato. When served with hot water, the flavor softens and becomes more well-balanced and rounded.
To really bring out the mellow, earthy sweetness, serve it with a splash of hot water. If you prefer the clean, high-toned notes of black tea, keep it cool and serve it over ice.
Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji