Hoisin sauce (also Chinese barbecue sauce) is a thick, pungent sauce commonly used in Chinese cuisine as a glaze for meat, an addition to stir fries, or as dipping sauce. It is darkly colored in appearance and sweet and salty in taste. Although regional variants exist, hoisin sauce usually includes soy, red chiles, and garlic. Vinegar and sugar are also commonly added.
Marugoto Shibori, meaning in its natural state. This is an extremely rare and unique citrus coming from the orchards of Yakami. Kabosu’s flavor is best described as clean taste of lemon with notes of cucumber and melon. Use Kabosu juice as a substitute for ordinary lemon juice, and discover the complexities that Kabosu delivers.
A classic table condiment found throughout Japan, Yakami Orchards Yuzu Kosho has become a secret ingredient of America’s finest chefs. Fresh Yuzu Zest is combined with Fresh Chilies, Sea Salt and Konbu Seaweed to create a bright, spicy flavor profile with a subtle Umami finish. Incredible as a rub on meat & poultry, a wonderful condiment with sushi, add a dab to marinades, salad dressings, soups or eggs, or even toss with pasta. A must try for any Japanese cuisine enthusiast.
Ideal for the home chef, Yakami Orchards Sudachi Juice, Niban Shibori (Second Pressing of Fruit), is a vibrant ingredient perfect for superb Cocktails and Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Vinaigrettes, Sashimi, Ceviche, Sauces, Vegetables and Desert or whenever a splash of Sudachi Citrus will create the complexity of flavor you desire in a variety applications only bound by your imagination.
Sublime, mellow and flawless, this extraordinary ingredient from Kyoto Prefecture is truly exceptional. Haku Mizunara Whisky Barrel Aged Shoyu is first traditionally brewed preserving ancestral methods of the mushiro koji process yielding an exceptional shoyu. master craftsmen then thoughtfully age the shoyu in Japanese Whisky Barrels made from Mizunara hard wood, a type of japanese oak. The result is a mellow, delicate shoyu with a touch of sweetness that stimulates all of the senses.
Delicate, subtle and refined, a fundamental Ingredient of Japanese cuisine. Haku Iwashi Whisky Barrel Aged Fish Sauce is Master crafted following ancestral methods dating back to the edo period, 400 years ago. Using only the Iwashi sardine from the Sea of Japan which is much bigger and fattier than its Mediterranean counterparts. Japanese Iwashi fish sauce is first aged 2 years before it is further refined and aged an additional 12 months in Japanese Whisky Barrels yielding a more mellow, delicate texture and flavor with an understated sweetness. Quintessentially the perfect finishing sauce.