"A premium sweet potato shochu of great originality."


The distillery's top shochu label. It has an exceptionally soft taste which makes it difficult to believe it's 30% ABV. Komaki's unique manufacturing process is to thank here. A floral scent greets you on the nose, followed by a strong jasmine flavor on the palate. The elegant sweetness of red satsuma potato is present in the after taste.

Characteristics of Komami's Beni Komaki

ABV: 30%

Grade: Sweet Potato Shochu

Taste: Rich & Sweet

Storage: Keep in a cool dark and dry place

Sweet Potato Variety: Red satsuma (83%)

Other Ingredient: Hi-no-hikari rice (17%)

Serving Recommendations

Particularly recommended at low temperature or mixed with ice.

Recommended Serving Temperature



The Kamoki Distillery is located in Kagoshima prefecture.

The Komaki Distillery

Komaki which is located in the northwestern part of the prefecture in Satsuma city, was established in 1909. It is surrounded by nature including mountain ranges such as Mount Shibi and the picturesque Sendai River. Despite being exposed to water damage on three occasions due to flooding, they have made a remarkable comeback each time due to the support of those around them.

Currently, the distillery is run by older brother Kazunori and his brother Isekichi who are president and head distiller respectively. Their signature label is “Issho” which was created in commemoration of the centennial celebration in 2009, “Isekichi Don” named after the founder and second generation chairman, and “Komaki” which is brewed in urns using traditional methods. “Issho” takes letters from the brothers' names and has the meaning of “everlasting relationships”.