Mirin is a sweet alcohol that is often used in Japanese cooking to add contrast to the salty flavours of soy sauce and miso. This high quality mirin is produced from glutinous rice using slow, traditional methods, and yielding a rich, deep amber liquid. An essential for a tasty teriyaki sauce.
Country of Origin: Japan
mochi rice, rice starter, shochu
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