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Shoyu, or Japanese-style soy sauce, sports a sweeter, more delicate flavor than your typical grocery store soy sauce. A splash of it lends subtle umami to everything from stir-fries to spaghetti sauce. Haku crafts its shoyu using a time-honored traditional Japanese method, and each of these 5 varieties brings something different to your cooking. Choose from Smoked Shoyu, which has been cold-smoked with Japanese oak for a complex and lively smoke flavor; Whisky Barrel-Aged Shoyu, which has been aged for 13 months in Japanese whiskey barrels; Sakura Cherry Blossom Shoyu, a white shoyu that’s been aged with preserved cherry blossoms; Matsutake Shoyu, a white shoyu infused with earthy matsutake mushrooms; and Black Garlic Shoyu, which sports funky, caramel-y umami notes.

Smoked Shoyu:

Whisky Barrel Aged Shoyu:

Sakura Cherry Blossom Shoyu:

Matsutake Shoyu:

Black Garlic Shoyu: