Lento is produced with classical music and sold in Amami blue bottles.
This brown sugar shochu is matured using a method called acoustic aging, in which certain acoustic vibrations are transmitted to the storage tank to promote aging.
Acoustic aging is a method of having shochu age slowly in a cradle with music.
Lento is aged for about three months, exposed to classical music by great composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Vivaldi, which is converted into vibrations by the tank-mounted transducer.
This process creates a mellow, gentle taste and rich flavor.
Lento is rare, brown sugar shochu made using the underflow water of Mt. Yuwan, the sacred mountain on Amami Oshima Island.
For a light taste, add soda or water. Of course, drinking it straight or with ice allows you to enjoy the rich aroma and delicate texture.
Many people follow a low-carbohydrate diet these days. Because Lento contains no carbohydrates, it can be paired with meals guilt-free.
We are sure that this shochu from a blue bottle, which is reminiscent of the blue sky and ocean of Amami, will free your mind.