In 1906, Okakura Kakuzo wrote an English-language essay explaining the philosophy and cultural significance of tea in Japan. The Way of Tea, he said, was a route to purity and harmony.
KAKUZO is an evolution in spirits - achieving a level of subtlety and sophistication of flavour not tasted before in flavoured vodkas. This tea infusion has nuanced notes of malty sweetness, botanical bitterness and citrus sharpness.
This gin liqueur is made by blending yuzu and kalamansi (a cross between kumquat and tangerine) with a traditional gin base. Bursting at the seams with vibrant citrus notes, it's brilliant on its own or with a dash of tonic and grapefruit peel.
Tart yuzu leads into lime curd, herby juniper and sour orange.
Premium tonic garnished with grapefruit peel.