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Hibiki - 17 yrs - Limited Edition Mount Fuji

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Suntory is the oldest whisky making company in Japan. Its origins stretch back to a small shop, started in 1899 by Torii Shinjiro, which specialized in selling imported wines. Today, it is the country’s largest and most recognizable producer of quality whisky. Of all its products, the Hibiki remains the most popular, having been chosen as the best whisky in the world on several occasions. For anyone who has tried this flagship product from Suntory, this should come as no surprise.

Here, we present the Hibiki 17 mount fuji 2013 edition. Only 2000 hand painted bottles were made. To Commemorate Mount Fuji the highest peak in Japan getting added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List in 2013, Suntory released this special edition. The Hibiki whose bottle always has 24 facets representing the 24 seasons of the Japanese lunar calendar has been redecorated with a painting of a scenic view of Mount Fuji.

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  • Hibiki

    Hibiki

    Hibiki is one of the most popular Japanese whiskies available today. Founded in 1923 by Shinjiro Torii, Hibiki was the first malt whisky distillery in Japan. His vision was passed on to his son Keizo Saji. Now, Shingo Torii, Shinjiro’s grandson, is the 3rd Master Blender of the House. “Suntory is a House of Master Blenders, based on the heritage and legacy of Shinjiro Torii’s vision,” says Gardner Dunn, Senior Beam Suntory Whisky Specialists – East Coast. “Suntory is still a family owned company and the vision of its founder remains untouched.”

    Hibiki is a unique and truly Japanese blend that could only be born from a house of Master Blenders. “Hibiki has been praised from the world for its subtle, refined and complex flavors and aromas and is considered the paragon of Suntory’s art of blending.”

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