Yatsushika Kabosu Liqueur is a Japanese liqueur made from Kabosu, a type of citrus fruit that is native to Oita Prefecture in Japan. It is named after the Yatsushika region in Oita, which is known for producing high-quality Kabosu.
The liqueur is made by steeping Kabosu fruit and peels in alcohol and adding sugar to create a sweet and sour flavor. It has a bright, citrusy aroma and a refreshing taste with a slight bitterness that is characteristic of Kabosu.
Yatsushika Kabosu Liqueur can be enjoyed on its own as a digestif or mixed with soda or other spirits to create a variety of cocktails. It is a popular drink in Oita and is gaining popularity in other parts of Japan and around the world.
If you have the opportunity to try Yatsushika Kabosu Liqueur, I would recommend giving it a try, especially if you enjoy citrusy and refreshing flavors.