Vodka "Jinro" Green Grape Soju, 360 ml
Reviews of purchase "Jinro" Green Grape Soju, 360 ml
The color of soju is transparent.
The softness and purity of the soju flavor is enhanced by the slightly sweet tones of the grapes.
The aroma of soju classic spirit shades intertwined with grape nuances.
Soju is ideal for making fruit cocktails, it can also be served with exotic Asian dishes and a variety of snacks.
The line of soju "Jinro" is made for export and for the domestic market. Its production uses one of the best soju formulations in the world, providing this traditional Korean drink with a delicate balance between purity and softness of taste. Representatives of the brand are united by a fairly high alcohol content, optimal for giving strength to popular cocktails, but also moderate enough to maximize the enjoyment of your favorite drink. The series includes soju with a strength of 20%, 24% and 25%, there is also a wide range of this drink with fruit flavors.
"Jinro" Green Grape Soju submits juicy and soft nuances of grapes in taste and aroma. Thanks to the delicate sweetness, this drink will be an excellent basis for cocktails. Jinro Green Vogogard Soju also goes well with unusual, spicy and exotic dishes.
For more than 80 years Hitejinro produces Korean national drink. During this time the company has managed to change the culture of drinking in Asia and become the best-selling brand of alcohol in the world. The popularity and success of product Hitejinro is that the production uses only natural ingredients, selected grains and spring water. Due to the unique method of purification bamboo charcoal "BCA", the water is enriched with natural essential minerals such as potassium ions. To date Dzhinro occupies 58% of Korean soju market production.
Only one monthly Koreans consume about one billion bottles "Jinro Soju", and in Japan Dzhinro - the best-selling brand of soju. For six years in a row "Jinro" was the best selling alcohol in the world, ahead of such leading brands as "Stolichnaya", "Bacardi" and "Johnny Walker".