'The mouth feel is creamy and soft showing the aromas as flavor and adding slight vanilla and elegant cocoa. The finish is supple and lingering.'
Honolulu, HI (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
Kai Vodka LLC (http://www.kaivodka.com) is proud to announce that its Kai Lychee Vodka and Kai Young Coconut Shochu/Soju won Triple Gold medals in the first annual MicroLiquor Spirits Awards. In April 2011, Kai Vodka added four new flavors to its portfolio. In addition to its flagship brands Kai Vodka and Kai Lychee Vodka, consumers can now enjoy the Pan-Asian flavors of Kai Young Coconut Shochu/Soju, Kai Lemongrass Ginger Shochu/Soju, Kai Coconut Pandan Vodka, and Kai Lemongrass Vodka.
The tasting notes from the MicroLiquor judges for Kai Lychee Vodka included, “Flower and syrupy lychee with lemony tang in the background. The mouth feel is creamy and soft showing the aromas as flavor and adding slight vanilla and elegant cocoa. The finish is supple and lingering.”
Not to be outdone, the Kai Young Coconut Shochu/Soju tasting feedback was equally celebratory. “Creamy rice, paraffin and coconut nose. Palate follows exactly but a little sweet. Finish is creamy, soft and clean. Absolutely outstanding. Lovely in every way.”
The MicroLiquor Spirit Awards 2011 attracted a remarkable 207 entries from around the world; a very select 15 percent were recognized with a Triple Gold Medal having earned Gold Medals in both Taste and Packaging & Design. Flowdesign, Modern Distillery Age and Mast Capital Partners sponsored the competition.
More About Kai Vodka LLC
Kai Vodka LLC, based in Hawaii, is a developer, marketer and supplier of ultra-premium spirits. Its flagship brands, Kai Vodka and Kai Lychee Vodka, launched in 2007. Kai’s new flavors and brand line extensions launched in 2011: Kai Coconut Pandan Vodka, Kai Lemongrass Vodka, Kai Young Coconut Shochu/Soju, and Kai Lemongrass Ginger Shochu/Soju. Distribution of KAI is growing rapidly and it is now available in over 30 US markets as well as internationally in Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan.