Mirin is a sweet, rice wine and a key ingredient in Japanese cooking.
“Mirin (sweet cooking rice wine) is a sweet and syrupy liquid used as a seasoning and glazing agent. It is one of the most important condiments in Japanese cooking.
In general, there are 4 types of mirin: hon mirin (“real” mirin, 本みりん), mirin (みりん), mirin-like condiment (みりん風調味料), and mirin-type condiment (みりんタイプ調味料).”
Made in Japan
Water, glucose syrup, glutinous rice, distilled alcohol