The limited edition bottle and packaging design celebrates ‘the artistry of Japanese culture’. The ‘artistic and delicate’ design features the Sakura flower, or cherry blossom; a Goshoguruma, or royal carriage; and Ryusuimon, or streaming water. During Japan’s Edo period (1608-1868) these were seen as symbols for good fortune and prosperity and often used as special gifts for the Shogun.This ltd edition is rumoured to be above the very hard to find 17 Year Old.
Hibiki Japanese Harmony is the epitome of the Hibiki blend. This subtle, noble and harmonious blend features hints of Yamazaki Sherry Cask. It’s an exclusive limited edition sure to delight any whisky connoisseur.
Nose: Plum in syrup,roses,a sweet woodiness.
Palate: Orange marmalade, dark chocolate,,a slight bitterness.
Finish: Lingering sweetness and acidity. spices and wood.