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Choya Original Ume Plum Fortified Wine 75 cl (Case of 2)
|Price:||£33.78 (£16.89 / 75 cl) & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
- Made from Steeping ripe green Ume fruit in Shochu
- Plum Wine
- 75cl bottles
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Choya Original Ume Plum Wine is created from a traditional Japanese recipe by Steeping ripe green Ume fruit in Shochu. This give it a distinctive taste that is smooth and sweet with an aroma of plums and herbs.
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I bought it because friends coming back from HK had bought me a bottle of Choya extra aged, which I loved. When it was finished i checked UK availability, but it is *very* expensive, so I thought I would try this version: same brand, but without the aging (or the plums in the bottle). I think this is very nice too, but not as wonderful (and i use the term on purpose!) as the aged Choya. More affordable, though, and very drinkabel. I enjoy it after a nice meal as an 'digestif' for which it is purrfect!
In this case, may I please ask for a new bottle of wine delivered to my address.