Nose is fruity with a salty tinge. Orange zest and a hint of smoke. Body is full and rich. Finishes with Jamaican coffee and oak.
Aromas of sea salt, oak tannins, espresso beans and citrus. Notes of dried spices. Cake, brown sugar and oak dominate that palate.
Product of Scotland. Combination of malt, wood and sea breeze with peaty, biscuity and tobacco leaf flavors. 86 Proof
Autumn fruits, dried figs and sweet spices; followed by a smoky malty dryness. Smooth finish with oak-wood and a grain of salt.
Japan. Ban Ryu means "ten thousand ways." It is an expression used in the sake world to answer the question, in how many ways is one sake different from another. The answer, in 10 Thousand Ways: the yeast, the koji, timing of brewing, etc., It also means, more informally, "versatility." The brewery was trying to catch both meanings by naming this honjozo Ban Ryu or Ten Thousand ways, however, they passionately believe it can be enjoyed in 10 Thousand wayschilled, warmed, hot, with light food, heavy food, sweet food and spicy food.