|Article:||Suntory Hibiki Japanese Harmony|
|Whisk(e)y type:||Blended Whisky|
|Distillery:||Yamazaki, Hakushu and Chita|
|Barrel:||Aged in five different cask types.|
|Flavour:||Rose, Lychee, hints of rosemary, mature woodiness, sandalwood.|
|Taste:||Honey like sweetness, candied orange peel, white chocolate.
|Finish:||Subtle, tender long finish, with hint of Mizunara (Japanese oak)|
|Drink recommendation:||Pure, on the rocks, with water or for mixing.|
Whisky is an essential component of the Japanese drinking culture. The statement may astonish, but this is historically easy justifying. Already 1923 started Mr. Torii, founder of the company Suntory, with the whiskey production. As he set up the first distillery of Japan in the Yamazaki Valley outside Kyoto, he couldn't foresee in the best dreams, which promising future should have this Whisky series. He introduced his first distillate under the name Shirofuda in 1929. Today Japan is the fourth largest Whisky producer of the world, behind Scotland, Canada and the USA.
|List of ingredients:||Malt Whisky (distilled from malted barley), Grain Whisky (distilled from grain), water.|
|Country of origin:||Japan|
|Company:||Beam Suntory UK Ltd.|
|Address:||Springburn bond, Carlisle Street, Glasgow, G21 1EQ|
|Distributor:||Beam Suntory Deutschland|
|Address:||Unterschweinsteige 2-14, 60549 Frankfurt am Main|