Choya Umeshu Plum Wine with Whole Ume Plums Assortment, 150 ml, 3 bottles

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When you cannot decide which flavour you like best! This set contains three 50ml glass taster bottles of umeshu plum wine. The green bottle is the standard, extra mature flavour, the red is extra shiso flavour, and the gold is royal honey flavour. Each bottle contains a whole ume plum for extra flavour intensity. Enjoy straight or with a mixer.

ITEM ID: #6164


Choya is one of the biggest makers of umeshu. The three flavours in this set are their best-selling varieties, and not without good reason. Whether you enjoy the extra herbiness the shiso gives, the rich sweetness the honey lends, or the unique sweet/sour taste of umeshu on its own, this set is sure to please.

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How To Use

This delicious drink is fantastic as either an aperitif or digestif.
• Drink straight, on the rocks or with champagne for a truly indulgent cocktail.
• Mix Umeshu with lemonade or soda to make an ume sour.
• Add a splash to hot green tea to make a delicious winter warmer.

Item Detail


Alcohol Content (Extra Years/Extra Shiso/Royal Honey): 17%/17%/17%

Ingredients and allergens

Extra Years: Ume, Sugar, Cane Spirit, Water Extra Shiso: Ume, Sugar, Cane Spirit, Perilla Extract, Vegetable Colouring, Water Royal Honey: Ume, Honey, Cane Spirit, Royal Jelly


6 reviews
Smaller than expected but great selection
This is a great starter set for someone trying Umeshu for the first time. I tried this and the King *** small jar. Both were fantastic. I found this set had more "**" vibes than the King ***, and each jar is very different. My favorite was the Extra Shiso version, I'll be buying a ** bottle of that!! \n\nFor whiskey lovers looking to try something new, I recommend the Extra Age variant. You'll find it very familiar, yet shockingly new. \n\n100% worth trying.
Extra Shiso (red) was the best, then honey and extra years is required taste.