|Dimensions||10 × 10 × 30 cm|
The Kyushu Cowboy is available in a series of expressions, each unique in flavour and colour, and each capturing the origin of the distillery where it was crafted.
Why cowboys? Cowboys are known for their rugged nature and brazen approach. Just as the Old West had its cowboys, the island of Kyushu has its ‘danji’. These Kyushu danji, or cowboys, built a reputation dating back to the days of the samurai for being hot-blooded and toughened by a hard living. They are proud to be known for their passion for life, food, and liquor. The Kyushu Cowboys conform only to their own set of rules.
To make the more strongly-flavoured Toyonaga, barley is replaced with 100% local rice.
Tasting note: The deep amber tone of The Toyonaga expression of Kyushu Cowboy is a foreshadowing of things to come, with its full earthy aromas and robust flavours of leather and charred oak contrasted by hints of marzipan and cacao. Inspiring intrigue in even the most experienced drinkers, The Toyonaga will elevate any evening.