While this expression is called "Japanese Gin," it's actually made at the Cambridge Distillery, a small family-run distillery in England. Rather, this expression gets its name from the traditional Japanese botanicals that are used in its production. 6 botanicals - juniper, shiso leaf, sesame seeds, cucumber, sanshō and yuzu - are each infused individually with the base spirit before being blended together to create the final product.
Distilled GinThis style of gin takes a neutral spirit and then adds juniper berries and other natural flavorings before it is re-distilled. After distillation, additional flavors (artificial or natural) and sweeteners may be added.