A whisky like no other: The Hibiki Japanese Harmony is a composition of the finest selected whiskies from the house of Suntory. At least ten different malt and grain whiskies are stored in five different types of casks and then blended. Among other things, the Hibiki Japanese Harmony is stored in barrels made of American oak, sherry and Mizunara oak, which gives it its unique mild-spicy aroma.
The Hibiki Japanese Harmony is extremely balanced and soft, subtly sweet with notes of honey and vanilla. Fruity flavours of orange and pear are present as well as light herbs and caramel. This blend is very smooth and complex. Hibiki is the model of Japanese whisky art. It is not only Japan's blended whisky with the most and best awards, but is also one of the most respected and recognized whiskies in the world.
Net quantity: 700 ml
Alk.: 43% vol
Distribution only to persons of full age
Suntory is one of the five largest spirits producers in the world and Japan's largest whisky producer with a market share of 70 percent. The company was founded in 1899 by Shinjiro Torii and is one of the oldest in the distribution of alcoholic beverages. Originally Suntory was a brewery and distillery, but the business areas have been steadily expanded. Today Suntory produces almost everything from coffee and soft drinks to fine wines, alcopops, beer, ice cream and flowers. The company is based in Osaka. In April 2014, Suntory bought out the spirits giant Beam Inc. for 13.6 billion dollars. Since then, the company has been represented in Germany as Beam Suntory. The Suntory Group includes brands such as Laphroaig, Marker's Mark, Canadian Club, Sauza Tequila and the German winery Robert Weil. However, Suntory is known beyond Japan for its excellent whiskies such as Yamazaki and Hibiki. The Yamazaki Single Malt was launched in 1984 and won the gold medal at the International Spirit Competition (ISC) in Great Britain for the first time in 2003. Since then it has been celebrated as the best-selling Japanese Single Malt. Suntory ISC has already received the coveted "Distiller of the Year" award several times in a row. Nowadays, the company can hardly be saved from prizes for its great whiskies. Suntory also became famous through the film "Lost in Translation" by Sofia Coppola with Bill Murray in the leading role. This is where the famous quote "For relaxing times make it Suntory time!" came from, which Bill Murray had to recite in a commercial for Hibiki 17. Many people claim that this was the beginning of the boom after Japanese whisky.