Kisaichi Koji, Kurozu & Apple Concentrate 500ml
私市こうじ 黒酢＆りんご濃縮液 500ml
Artisans in the Fukuyama district of Kirishima, Kagoshima Prefecture, crafted amber rice vinegar known as kurozu by hand for over 200 years. Rows of black ceramic pots used to ferment and age the vinegar have become an iconic scene in this picturesque area of southern Japan.
Kurozu is a type of vinegar that is made by fermenting brown rice in a traditional process that takes several years. Kisaichi produces kurozu that is aged for up to ten years, resulting in a rich and complex flavour that can be used as a condiment or a cooking ingredient.
Kisaichi also produces apple concentrate, which is made from apples grown in Japan and contains no additives or preservatives. It can be used as a sweetener or flavouring agent in various recipes. Together, these products offer a range of traditional Japanese flavours that can enhance the taste of a variety of dishes!
- Origin: Japan
- Size: 500ml
- Units Per Case: 12
- Packaging Material: Glass
- Manufacturer: Kisaichi
- Cuisine: Japanese