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Washed up on the southern shores of Japan, Charles Dinsmore - a british importer/exporter - survived his journey by trading his secrets of Turkish Tobacco with the locals for the secret fishing and farming techniques used by pre-war Okinawa townsfolk. The village and Dinsmore celebrated the trade with vanilla bourbons and toasted almonds into the wee hours of dawn.
It's name is Gojira and it is here to cause mayhem and the destruction of your tastebuds with this strawberry sensation finished with a light biscuit note. This is our take on your favorite Japanese snack.