Negative Ion Shochu server
Negative Ion Shochu Server
The server’s glaze has radium ore, which radiates alpha rays. The rays create negative ions, so that when you put water in the server, water molecules make small continuous movements like a babbling brook. The water becomes delicious and soft.
When you put shochu in the server, the alpha rays circulate to make the shochu age quickly in a week. You can enjoy smooth-tasting shochu without having to wait for ages.
The radium ore in the glaze is a source of radon hot springs. And, those hot springs are well known for their antioxidant quality. Due to that quality, the server can maintain these effects semi-permanently.
Round Negative Ion Shochu Server
Whiskey and wine are aged and kept in oak barrels. Shochu and awamori (strong Okinawan liquor) are aged and kept in ceramic jars.
This shochu server is made from special orange clay from Shigaraki.
When you put shochu in the server, the alpha rays from the radium ore in the glaze circulate, making it age quickly in a week. You can enjoy smooth-tasting shochu without having to wait for ages.