Slideshow of our Luc Belaire party, held at Bar Forest Chair in Okinawa City.
Shoutout to photo friends Kazu @kazu__oki, and Hiro @okinawahiro11. To see more of their work, follow both accounts on Instagram.
ルベレー ・泡パーティーのスライドショーを作りました。初めてのルベレー ・泡パーテイーですが楽しかったです！ 写真家の二人：カズさん @kazu__oki と ヒロさん @okinawahiro11 のインスターぜひフォローしてください。
The syrup is quite versatile, it performs well as a natural sweetener in cocktails or in your morning coffee.
To learn more, click over to the distillery’s website: http://ierum.ie-mono.com/
The bottle is interesting because it has five points to represent the global regions that were selected to produce this blend. Likewise, the name ‘Ao’ means “blue” in English, referring to the ocean that connects us all.
Ao Whisky is currently only available in Japan. However, this global blend is a first of seemingly many more to come. Indeed, Forbes says it’s “..set to change the industry.” Hmm…
The Facebook link provided below takes you to an official announcement in Japanese from Bar Forest Chair, located in Okinawa City. We will team up with them to introduce Luc Belaire sparkling wine to their fan base.
We are excited about this opportunity to share a great lineup of products with a great group of friends. The official announcement in English is available on our Facebook page or Instagram account. Hope to see you there!