Roku translates as the number six and this Gin is made up of six botanicals cultivated over the four seasons including; Sakura flower, Sakura leaf, Yuzu peel, Sencha tea (green tea), Gyokuro tea (refined green tea) and Sanshō pepper. This gives the Gin a lovely smooth and silky texture.
What does it go with?
There’s a lot of Gins that I put with flavoured tonics and add various bits and pieces to, but this one really doesn’t need much at all.
I serve mine over ice with a good tonic – I am a massive fan of Fevertree tonics and with my New Year resolutions!! I tend to go for the refreshingly light option. I have found that unlike a lot of diet tonics this maintains a great taste, but of course if you’re not watching the waistline then their premium Indian tonic water is just as good.
All else that is needed is a good slice of ginger which really brings out the botanicals and gives it that extra warmth.
As a fan of Asian food with a knob of ginger at the ready, this is a staple in my Gin cupboard and goes with lots of dishes or even on its own if you fancy a little tipple to warm you in the Winter and cool you in the Summer.
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