The 2 restricted releases mark the newest centennial whisky choices from the Home of Suntory’s anniversary celebration, honouring a century since founder Shinjiro Torii established Japan’s first malt whisky distillery in 1923.
Chief blender of Suntory, Shinji Fukuyo, mentioned: “For the limited-edition Hibiki 21-Yr-Outdated, our crew took on the problem of crafting a brand new mix to have fun our centennial.”
The limited-edition Hibiki 21-Yr-Outdated is a mix of malt and grain whiskies which can be blended to create the liquid.
Hibiki 21-Yr-Outdated is bottled at 43% abv and is accessible from choose retailers from October together with Harrods, Harvey Nichols, and The Whisky Store at a instructed retail worth of £5,200.
The Hibiki Japanese Concord bottle design highlights the artwork of “Monozukuri” craftsmanship, with packaging that includes motifs of snow, moon and flowers representing Japan’s altering seasons. Hibiki Japanese Concord is bottled at 43% abv, additionally accessible from choose retailers in October, at a instructed retail worth of £210.