Kaseda Corn Shochu


The Bansei Shuzo distillery is located in Kasedatakahashi in Kagoshima Prefecture. Corn Shochu is produced in a similar way to bourbon: it is a distillate made from 51% corn, rye and barley.

The Kaseda Corn Shochu is stored in Japanese cedar wood barrels. After 30 years, it shimmers in a wonderful amber colour. The slightly sweet flavour is reminiscent of bourbon, but is exceptionally mild, an impression that is also supported by the moderate 34% alcohol. The “Kaseda Corn Shochu 30 Years” is considered a rarity.

Product catalog