Roku Japanese Craft Gin - £25 @ Amazon
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Roku Japanese Craft Gin - £25 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Jul
Exceptionally nice gin from Suntory. Usually over £30, this price is also available in Waitrose.

Marketing fluff:


Roku means 6 in Japanese and reference to the 6 Japanese botanicals used in the distillation. The six Japanese Botanicals are steeped and distilled individually in a variety of pot stills. Each distillate is then expertly blended together to create a premium Japanese Gin. The six Japanese Botanicals are Yuzu Peel, Sakura Flower, Sakura Leaf, Sencha Tea, Gyokure Tea and Sansho Pepper. Cherry blossom and green tea provide a floral and sweet aroma complemented by a traditional gin taste.


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Does this stream 4K?
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Does this stream 4K?
axgod22 m ago

Does this stream 4K?


I believe it does
Mrswitch10 m ago

I believe it does


Really, I thought it was HD quality
Anybody know where I can get some "craft" tonic, "craft" lemon and "craft" ice to go with this. Oh and I'd better get a "craft" glass to drink it from.
axgod218 m ago

Does this stream 4K?


You beat me to it! I'm sure it'll stream anything if you drink enough of it.
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Ridiculously gorgeous gin that needs to be complimented with the appropriate mixology, not something the Bombay Sapphire mass-if will be able to get their heads round but then again there's no accounting for taste I suppose

Available at this price from your local Waitrose at the moment by the way
Chasloyal6 h, 57 m ago

[Image] Ridiculously gorgeous gin that needs to be complimented with the …[Image] Ridiculously gorgeous gin that needs to be complimented with the appropriate mixology, not something the Bombay Sapphire mass-if will be able to get their heads round but then again there's no accounting for taste I suppose Available at this price from your local Waitrose at the moment by the way


What would you suggest having it with?
Guardianangel31 m ago

What would you suggest having it with?


As in the pic so fresh cherries, a couple of batons of freshly chopped ginger, a wedge of lime squeezed on to the ice before you lob it in.

You can obviously use whatever tonic floats your boat but I found the Fever Tree clementine and cinnamon complimented it best but unfortunately it's a seasonal one they only release around Christmas time so there's very little chance of sourcing any at the minute.
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