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Chum Churum Original Soju

Chum Churum Original Soju is made from a mix of grains and rice. Popular as Korea’s national spirit, soju is a well-known drink in Asian countries. It’s smooth and carries subtle sweet hints along with aromas of pear and ginger. It features a fruity flavor with jasmine and ginger notes. The finish is subtly sweet, and the drink partners well with spicy Korean dishes. The liquor is made using alkaline water that helps to enhance its flavor.

Smooth in taste and clear in color, Chum Churum soju has 17% ABV. It’s also used in cocktails. Soju goes well with marinated and barbecued meat dishes, preceded by Korean appetizers.

Dae Jang bu 25 – Premium Soju

Dae Jang Bu 25 (25%) is premium soju: distilled from 100% rice, carefully raised in Korea and milled 24%. It is manufactured with craftsman to achieve full bodied flavour with mildest taste.

Jinro Chamisul Fresh (17% abv)

Chamisul Fresh is Korea’s No. 1 soju brand. With a 7-step refinement process using active bamboo charcoal, the substance that causes hangovers is removed so only the fresh, clean finish remains. Feel clearheaded and ready for action when you wake up.
Chamisul Fresh uses only clean vegetable additives such as Finnish fruit sugar, known as a “healthy sugar,” and Tomatin, a protein sweetener extracted from the black seeds of katemfe grown in West Africa.

Jinro Chamisul Grapefruit Soju (13% abv)

Also known as Korean vodka, it has a very smooth taste. It’s a clear distilled liquor made from rice and the most popular type of alcoholic drink in Korea.

Soju is originally from Korea, where it was first distilled around the 14th century. Unlike vodka, soju has a natural hint of botanicals that can make for a smoother taste as opposed to vodka, which can sometimes come off as harsh at the end. It is also not only lower in calorie than vodka, but it is also lower in proof.

This grapefruit flavored soju is very fruity and smooth, making it one of the most popular flavors among flavored sojus. It’s a little sweeter and not as harsh as regular soju, with alcoholic content at 13%. A very enjoyable drink for any occasions.

Jinro Strawberry Soju (13% abv)

Also known as Korean vodka, Soju has a very smooth taste. It’s a clear distilled liquor made from rice and the most popular type of alcoholic drink in Korea.

Soju is originally from Korea, where it was first distilled around the 14th century. Unlike vodka, soju has a natural hint of botanicals that can make for a smoother taste as opposed to vodka, which can sometimes come off as harsh at the end. It is also not only lower in calorie than vodka, but it is also lower in proof.

Jinro’s newest addition is the delicious strawberry soju! The low alcohol content of 13% makes this beverage a delightful party drink that is ideal with your favorite Korean barbecue or even on its own!