Aizakura Naturally Cultivated Rice Mirin is made using glutinous rice and rice malt from naturally cultivated rice grown in Hekinan City, Aichi Prefecture. These materials are aged together for 3 years before being bottled and sold to consumers.
Mirin is one of the most common seasonings used in Japanese cuisine and Hon Mirin, or real mirin has an irreplaceable sweetness and rice aroma that cannot be found in other seasonings.
This process of naturally aging the mirin gives it a refreshing sweetness. Whether you use it or cooking or decide to drink it, you can taste a unique umami and rich flavor.
The color itself of this hon mirin is slightly lighter than other aged mirin, making it especially easy to use for dishes and sweets where keeping the original colors of the dish is important.
The rice used in this hon mirin has been naturally cultivated without the use of pesticides or chemicals, making it a safe choice for consumers who are worried about pesticides. Only glutinous rice, rice koji (malted-rice), and high quality shochu are used in making this hon mirin.
If you're looking for a mirin product that can be used in cooking, baking, or even drank on its own, you must not miss out on this product!
This particular hon mirin tastes exceptionally well in drinks and sweets. It can be enjoyed as a sweet liquor, but it can also be used as a healthy sweetener for drinks.
Try adding a bit of this mirin into chai with plenty of spices. The refreshing sweetness from the mirin does not interfere with the characteristic spices. Instead, the chai will become richer the more you drink it, giving it a special and tasty flavor.
Also suitable for making jam. By using mirin, the final flavor will more elevated than jam made with sugar. You can use this mirin when making any type of jam.
In addition, mirin is excellent in removing any unwanted odors from meat or seafood during cooking.
- Net contents: 300ml
- Ingredients: Japanese glutinous rice, rice koji, sake lees shochu
- Made in Japan