Collection: 酒 Alcohol

   - **Origin**: South Korea.
   - **Ingredients**: Traditionally made from rice, but modern varieties can include barley, sweet potatoes, or tapioca.
   - **Alcohol Content**: Typically ranges from 16% to 25% ABV (Alcohol by Volume).
   - **Taste**: Soju is known for its smooth and slightly sweet flavor. It is often consumed neat but can also be used in cocktails.

   - **Origin**: Japan.
   - **Ingredients**: Made from fermented rice, water, yeast, and koji mold.
   - **Alcohol Content**: Usually between 14% and 16% ABV.
   - **Taste**: Sake has a wide range of flavors, from sweet to dry, and can have fruity, nutty, or earthy notes. It can be served chilled, at room temperature, or warm.

**Er Guo Tou** (二锅头)

**Origin**: Beijing, China.

**Ingredients**: Typically made from sorghum, though other grains like wheat, barley, and millet can be used.

**Distillation**: The name "Er Guo Tou" means "second distillation," referring to the process where the liquor is distilled a second time to increase its purity and alcohol content.

**Alcohol Content**: Usually around 50-60% ABV, making it a very strong spirit.

**Taste**: Known for its strong, robust flavor with a slightly sweet aftertaste. It has a clear, sharp profile often described as fiery or potent.


**Ingredients**: Beer is primarily made from four main ingredients: water, malted barley, hops, and yeast. Other grains like wheat, corn, or rice may also be used.

**Alcohol Content**: Typically ranges from 3% to 8% ABV, though some craft and specialty beers can be higher.

**Taste**: The flavor of beer can vary widely depending on its style. It can be malty, hoppy, bitter, sweet, fruity, spicy, or a combination of these. The balance of these flavors is influenced by the ingredients and brewing process.

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  • Kooksoondang 麴醇堂瑪克麗米酒 750ml 6% Alc./Vol
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