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Suntory Hibiki 12 Year Old Blended Whisky 70 cl
- Shiny amber colour blended whisky
- Nose - pineapple, plum, raspberry, honey and hibiscus
- Palate - banana, pomegranate, custard and pink pepper
- Sweet, sour and complex finish
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Embodying the soul of Japanese craftsmanship, this harmonious blend resounds with calm complexity and "Wa" oneness. The legendary Hibiki represents true harmony. The ideal of perfection, the paragon of 'The Art of Japanese Whisky' and its artisans. Hibiki means resonance in Japanese. It speaks to the soul and emotions of the most discerning whisky lover. Hibiki resonates from nature and all the subtleties found from the twenty-four seasons of the old Japanese lunar calendar. Numerous pure single malt whiskies aged in a variety of cask types, including Mizunara, a very rare Japanese oak, all combine to create a full orchestra of flavours and aromas. It is 12 year old blended whisky.
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Definitely recommend it to those who like to sample different whiskies. Hibiki 12 year old is unlike any other whisky we've tried.
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Oh man. My first Japanese and I was not disappointed. Big on the raisin and fig rather than being of the peaty end. One you should definitely try before you die.Published 3 months ago by Badgermonkey007