Kiyomi means 'pure beauty' in Japanese. This rum is a distillate of local sugarcane molasses fermented for 3 weeks, then distilled in a copper pot still.
Mr. Tadashi Matsuda established his rum producing company in Okinawa in 1961. It first responded to a large demand from US military personnel based on the island at the time. TEEDA is made from a single distillation of sugarcane molasses.