Choya Yuzu Citrus 750ml
NZD $38.99 inc. GST
Choya Yuzu is a juicy, vibrant and floral liqueur made with the yuzu citrus fruit, which originated in East Asia. This makes for an interesting alternative to a number of cocktail ingredients, and also goes well splashed in Champagne.
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