Mirin Fu (alcohol-free)

Assortment

  • Rice wine, sweet
  • alcohol-free

Bottle: 200 ml
Polycan: 1,8 l
Canister: 18 l
 


Mirin Fu is a sweet rice wine used in Japanese cuisine. It is made of water, sugar and glucose syrup. Mirin Fu contains less than 1% Vol. ethanol.

Origin

China

Harvest period

year round

Production

Water, glucose syrup and sugar are blended and then simmered at between 94°C and 96°C for thirty minutes. Afterwards the blend is allowed to sediment to avoid solids in the final product and to ensure that the liquid is clear and transparent. Subsequent to inspection and cleaning the primary packaging is sanitised. Afterwards the Mirin Fu is filled at approx. 70℃ - 75℃ into the respective container and delivered to the customer.

Information

Other container options available upon request.

Uses

Mirin Fu is used in salad dressings, sushi, tofu, vegetables, as a marinade for fish and meat or in wok dishes. It gives foods an appetising sheen. Mirin Fu is particularly known as an ingredient in teriyaki sauce.

Contact persons

Mr. Eicke Bittner
Department head Industry
Phone: +49 421 5239-47242
Fax:      +49 421 5239-47146
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