Hibiki Deep Harmony
The Hibiki continues to be one of the most popular whiskies from Japan. The name “Hibiki” means harmony in Japanese. The name also symbolizes the unique marriage of malts and the harmonious blend of flavors in the whisky. This Hibiki Deep Harmony is a 2013 edition that was built around Hakushu malt matured in ex-red wine casks and Chita grain matured in ex-sherry casks. It is presented with a beautiful ‘sakuranezu’ label and an original box. This is a beautiful whisky!
Celebrated worldwide for its immaculate combination of Scottish whisky tradition and precise Japanese craftsmanship,
Suntory is the definitive benchmark when it comes to Japanese scotch whisky. Conceived in 1923 by Shinjiro Torii, Suntory was
Japan’s first malt whisky distillery and has since cultivated a rich history of innovation, and today is revered for its meticulous
approach to engineering the finest Western-inspired whiskies in Japan. In conclusion, whether you prefer the refined, fresh taste of the
Hakushu, the complex harmony of the Hibiki, or the delicate maturity of the Yamazaki Single Malts, Suntory is an essential
addition to any Japanese Scotch collection.
Finally, Hibiki means Harmony in Japanese and ‘Deep Harmony’ is richer limited edition blend combining Hibiki 17 with Hakushu malt from ex-red wine cask and Chita grain whisky matured in ex-sherry casks. One of 4000 bottles. First sold in Japan in 2013 for around $170 this is a ‘time machine malt’ because whisky fans wish they could go back in time and buy a few cases of this at its original retail price.