Meet The Range


Kinomi are prepared according to the simple ethos of Japanese cooking: take the very best ingredients, add just enough seasoning to lift the flavours and enjoy. Every flavour in the Kinomi range is subtle, refined and sophisticated, enhancing the natural nuttiness with experimental spice blends.

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Waku Waku


‘Waku Waku’ describes that butterfly feeling when you’re excited. Crunchy organic cashews, coated with an intriguing blend of Norwegian arctic seaweed and sumac that mimics the flavour of yukari. East meets west and returns to Japan, seriously waku waku.

Tasting Notes: These nuts collide pure umami with creamy cashew. A real dose of waku waku. The signature soy sauce glaze provides a deep, satisfying savoury flavour, while the sumac blended with arctic seaweed heaps on more umami with tang and ocean.

Ingredients: organic cashews, gluten free soy sauce [water, soy beans, salt, spirit vinegar], sake, kombu, sumac, arctic seaweed

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‘Pori Pori’ describes a crunchy sound in Japanese, and these almonds have a serious bite to them. They're organic Spanish almonds, coated in a blend of smoked red jalapeno and Indian amchur for a subtle, tart finish. Get ready, it’s a fiesta in a tube.

Taste Notes: Pop open the lid and get set for adventure. A smoky aroma greets you, followed by a little heat from the jalapeno, ending with the slight tropical tang of Indian amchur. Perfect paired with a single malt whisky.

Ingredients: organic almonds, gluten free soy sauce [water, soybeans, salt, spirit vinegar], sake, kombu, amchur, smoked red jalapeno.

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Bari Bari


'Bari Bari' is a loud crunching sound in Japanese and that's what happens when you eat a baru nut. First to the UK by Kinomi, they are wild nuts that grow in the Cerrado (Brazilian savanna). Coated with our signature soy glaze and sprinkled with cumin, coriander, chilli and lime; think Brazil meets Asia. Bari bari your way through a bag of these bad boys.

Tasting notes: On first glance you'll wonder if you can really eat the whole thing, as they look a bit like acorns. Rest assured, the entire nut is edible. Deliciously crunchy, they taste peanutty with a little soy nut flavour thrown in. The spices give it an Asian flavour making these nuts truly savoury. 

Ingredients: Baru nuts, gluten free soy sauce [water, soy beans, salt, spirit vinegar], sake, kombu, cumin, coriander, chilli, lime.

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