During the Ryukyu Kingdom dynasty, working-class locals brewed their own alcohol.
Using sweet potatoes, they distilled a homemade liquor called IMUGE.
In 1899, new laws made homebrewing illegal, and was no longer produced. More than a century later, it is being revived as IMUGE.
Brewed only using Okinawan sweet potatoes and brown sugar, the amount, quality, and variety of local products increases.
A successful agricultural industry leads to a successful processing industry, and they both lead to a prosperous life for the local population.
In this way, IMUGE. can help revitalize the community.
IMUGE, which is a revival of phantom sake with modern technology, has a sweet and profound taste characterized by the rich flavor of sweet potatoes and the gorgeous aroma of powdered brown sugar.
For best taste enjoy on the rocks.
Ingredient: Okinawa sweet potato , Malted Japanese rice, Powdered Okinawa brown sugar