Ohsawa Nama White Shoyu: Culinary Elegance in a Bottle
Unveil the exquisite world of Ohsawa Nama White Shoyu, affectionately known as Golden Tamari for its enchanting honey-like hue. This remarkable “soy sauce without soy” boasts a fruity bouquet and a subtly sweet, yet delicately salty flavor that elevates your culinary creations to new heights. Crafted by hand in Aichi, Japan, using locally sourced ingredients and pristine natural mineral water, Ohsawa White Nama Shoyu is the embodiment of culinary craftsmanship and tradition.
A Taste of Artistry
Distinguished by its use of double the wheat content compared to regular white shoyu, this unique creation offers a thicker and more flavorful profile. Its tantalizing umami essence enhances the character of dishes without darkening their vibrant colors. Whether you’re indulging in sushi, tofu, seafood, vegetables, or even fruit, Ohsawa White Shoyu sprinkles a touch of magic onto every bite.
Crafted by Hand, Inspired by Tradition
Every bottle of Ohsawa White Nama Shoyu is a testament to time-honored techniques and the dedication of skilled artisans. Handcrafted in Aichi, Japan, it embodies the essence of Japanese culinary artistry. Locally sourced ingredients and pristine natural mineral water are carefully selected to create a shoyu that’s not only delicious but also a true reflection of tradition.
Preserving Freshness, Ensuring Quality of Nama White Shoyu
For those who demand the freshest flavors, we advise immediate refrigeration upon receipt of our perishable items. To relish its freshness at its peak, aim to consume them within 1-4 days. As for our shelf-stable items, once opened, refrigerate them and consult the packaging for the best-before date. To fully appreciate this exceptional shoyu, kindly adhere to the instructions provided, ensuring each drop brings you a taste of culinary perfection.
Ingredients (for the curious):
Water, wheat, sea salt, distilled sake (water, rice, aspergillus oryzae, yeast), aspergillus oryzae.