Mirin is a dominant flavour in the art of kaiseki, the highest form of Japanese cooking. It is traditionally brewed using labour-intense fermentation methods representing the history and culture of pre-industrial Japan. It contains no artificial additives or preservatives.
Sweet Rice*, Water, Rice*, Koji* (Aspergillus Oryzae*) (Note: Contains 13.7% alcohol [naturally occurring] - this is equivalent to 3.2 standard drinks per bottle.) (*Certified Organic)
Serve Size 7.5 Average per Serving Average per 100ml Energy (kj) 74 989 Protein (g) 0.0 0.0 Fat, Total (g) 0.0 0.0 - Saturated (g) 0.0 0.0 Carbohydrate (g) 3.0 40.3 - Sugars (g) 3.0 40.3 Dietary Fibre (g) 0.0 0.0 Sodium (mg) 0.0 0.0
Ceres was founded in 1982, when a biodynamic and organic fresh produce stand run by Juliet Lamont premiered at the Michael Park School fair in Auckland. As a mother, Juliet wanted to feed her two boys organic food, but it wasn't readily available in stores at the time. So she took the initiative to find others wanting organic food and called on organic farmers she knew to supply what they produced. The stall was so successful that Juliet began a weekly organic co-op out of her garage in Mt. Wellington. A teacher at heart, Juliet returned to her first love in 1990, handing Ceres over to Noel and Rodnie as directors. Ceres Organics became the first EcoSocial certified company in New Zealand, a certification that recognises an ethical and socially responsible sourcing philosophy based in the company's operations. EcoSocial is a fair trade certification based on organic principles and social justice headquartered in Brazil alongside the Brazilian biodynamic movement The Ceres Organics journey onwards continues with a 120 co-worker team, a strong guiding philosophy and new developments on the horizon.