Roku Gin

70cl | 43%

Introducing Roku Gin, an exquisite creation from The House of Suntory in Japan that promises an unforgettable journey through the world of botanical delights. The House of Suntory, with a rich heritage dating back to 1899, is renowned for its dedication to craftsmanship and relentless pursuit of perfection. Embodying the Japanese spirit of precision and artistry, The House of Suntory has mastered the art of distillation, creating spirits that captivate the senses.

Roku Gin, meaning “six” in Japanese, pays homage to the six unique Japanese botanicals that infuse this exceptional gin. Each botanical, carefully selected and harvested at their peak, contributes its own distinct character, resulting in a harmonious symphony of flavours. The meticulous process begins with the delicate balance of traditional gin botanicals such as juniper berries, coriander seeds, and angelica root. Then, the star players emerge – sakura flower, sakura leaf, yuzu peel, sencha tea, gyokuro tea, and sansho pepper. These six botanicals add a touch of elegance, depth, and a captivating essence of Japan to Roku Gin.

Tasting Notes

On the palate, Roku Gin unveils a complex and well-rounded profile. The juniper berries provide a solid foundation while the floral notes of sakura flower and leaf dance gracefully, adding a subtle sweetness.

Citrusy bursts of yuzu peel intermingle with the earthiness of the tea leaves, creating a harmonious balance.

The finale comes with a delicate touch of spice from the sansho pepper, leaving a lingering warmth that completes the experience.


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Perfect Serve Nailed!

The Roku Gin Martini


– ROKU® Gin 50ml
– Dry vermouth 25ml
– Garnish with a ginger twirl


– Chill a Martini Glass
– Pour the Gin and Vermouth into a shaker, top with ice and shake for 30 seconds
– Remove ice from Martini glass and strain the cocktail
– Garnish with a ginger twirl


Brand The House of Suntory
Country Japan
Region Kyoto
Size 70cl
ABV 43%
Flavour Yellow Yuzu | Japanese Cypress | Gyokuro Tea | Green Sanshō
About the Producer

The House of Suntory