Hibiki Japanese Harmony Whisky encapsulates the harmony that exists between Japanese nature and people. Seductive, blossoming, and enigmatic, Hibiki Whisky celebrates an unrivaled art of blending, fine craftsmanship, and a sense of luxury from the House of Suntory. It is a symphony of at least 10 malt and grain whiskies, aged in five different types of casks, from Suntory’s Yamazaki, Hakushu, and Chita distilleries. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, blended with water, or mixed as a cocktail, the harmony of this blend remains complete.
The 2021 limited edition bottle design of Hibiki Japanese Harmony pays tribute to the Ryusui-Hyakka (One-Hundred Flowers and Flowing Water). The design motif epitomizes the cyclical passage of time, showcasing the blossoms of the Japanese twenty-four seasons juxtaposed with the ever-changing flow of water that connects one passing season to another. We celebrate the much-loved blooms, colors, and shapes of seasonal flowers that make the Japanese year so special. Each blossom is an exquisite, delicate creation evoking treasured memories, sensory pleasures, and emotions.
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