We are now selling are curry pan along with a selection of other Okazu pans at coffee shops downtown Seattle check out http://www.umamikushi.com to find a pan near you.
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We have updated our look in an effort to make our seasonal releases more identifiable. This new label will signify our signature green yuzu koshio that will be available year round in Seattle area stores. However we should have our online ordering system available soon, so we can ship anywhere in world.
Yes indeed, MOHAI will carry both Umami Kushi green and red Yuzu Koshio as part of their merchandising to support the new exhibit Edible City. This exhibit runs Nov 19, 2016 – Sep 10, 2017, the store will feature a variety of local food products and food-related items through the run of the show. We are excited to be a part of this event and thrilled to be a part of the Seattle food scene. Please stop by the exhibit or visit http://www.mohai.org and take in some of Seattle’s food culture…and don’t forget to pick up a jar of our yuzu koshio while there.
Umami Kushi new Red (aka) yuzu koshio now available at select stores in Seattle. We only produced 60 each of this version that is made from both organic red shishito peppers and hinkelhatz peppers from Washington state. Pick up a jar while they last.
No available at Marx foods in lower Queen Anne Hill Seattle.
After months of working and developing the label and packaging for the product I’m pleased to announce Umami Kushi will produce its yuzu koshio for retail purchase at Marx specialty foods starting in June. Thanks to the many request and urges to make this happen. Please stop by Marx or place your order online to support this fresh locally made product.
Sincerely Umami Kushi
It’s in the fire!
This wonderful japanese condiment is great on all foods and perfect balance of saltiness and heat with a citrus finish that refreshes your palette and brings out flavors in all shorts of dishes. I have spent the last two years perfecting a recipe that resembles those made in Japan and now I’m please to say my Yuzu Kosho beat out three brands from Japan in a blind tasting. This batch pictured here will be one of three that will be bottled and sold at Marx Foods, so if you enjoy spicy and savory foods or love hard to find condiments then stay tuned for the release and demo dates. Ja-Mata