Yuntaku Amaro di Goya
Why it’s different
Yuntaku was born from careful research between the Italian tradition of digestive bitters and the culture of Japanese taste. It took two years of careful research and experiments to arrive at this exclusive recipe, in which tradition blends with new and unknown tastes. The main ingredient is goya, also called bitter melon, a typical Okinawan vegetable that stands out for its antidiabetic, antioxidant and digestive properties. The other ingredients are spices and flowers of the oriental tradition: galangal, Sichuan pepper, ginger, jasmin tea, sour cherry, hibiscus and green cardamom. Designed to be served straight or with ice after a Japanese or fusion meal, Yuntaku is also excellent for use in mixing, and offers a completely new taste experience.