bar miyako has welcomed a lovely new “world” whisky into its collection and has been reunited with some exotic and unique gins, so please stop by if you’d like a taste!
The new addition is Suntory’s Ao. Released this April, Ao blends whiskies from the world’s five major whisky producing regions: Scotland, Ireland, the US, Canada, and Japan – a pretty cool feat that probably only Suntory, which owns distilleries in all aforementioned countries, can pull off. The name “Ao” is translated to “blue” and refers to the color of the ocean. At the moment, it’s only available in Japan, so please do stop by if you’re interested!
We’ve also restocked the Peruvian Amazonian gin and the iconic Bogart’s Real English gin, so why not walk into this “gin joint” when you have the chance? We’re open as usual from 7pm to 1am on weekdays and from 7pm to 12 midnight on Saturday. Hope to see you soon!
ハラホンは昨年伝説の未確認動物「ジャッカロープ」をあしらったボトルシリーズのご案内でも取り上げましたが、ブルーベリーやルバーブなどを使用した華やかなジンです（詳細は是非 bar miyako and the jackalope をご参照ください！）。バレクステンはノルウェーの森に棲むと言われる精霊フルドラにインスパイアされて作られた、ブルーベリーやリンゴンベリー、オレンジ、ラベンダー、バラの根と花、クローバーやルバーブなどを含む20種類以上のボタニカルを使用したドラマティックな逸品です。どちらも一飲の価値ありです！
This week, the spotlight is on Norwegian gins. In addition to the lovely Harahon, which you already know and love, #barmiyako now has Bareksten Botanical Gin. Both are delightful gins, artfully blending Nordic myth, local botanicals and craftsmanship, so please stop by if your interest is piqued!
Harahorn, which we introduced last year in our feature on spirits adorned with the mythical jackalope ( bar miyako and the jackalope ) is a fruity and slightly sweet gin infused with local Norwegian botanicals such as blueberries and rhubarb. Bareksten is slightly heavier and dramatic gin inspired by the seductive Nordic wood nymph ‘Hulder,’ and made with 20 botanicals including blueberry, lingonberry, orange, rose flowers and root and clover. Both are great on the rocks or with tonic, so please stop by for a taste!
This week, #barmiyako is open as usual on weekdays, but please just note that we will be closed on Saturday, May 25. We apologize for any inconvenience, but thank you for your understanding. Hope to see you all again soon!