Suntory Old Whisky
Suntory old whisky is a series of whiskies from Suntory, first released in 1950 when it was considered the classiest of all of Suntory’s whiskies. The company occasionally releases new bottles of this brand, this is a wonderful bottle of Suntory’s blended Japanese malt whisky, perfect for casual sipping.
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Suntory Royal Whisky
Suntory Royal blended whisky was first introduced in 1960 to mark the company's 60th anniversary. Light and easy to drink, this is a superb entry-level Japanese whisky.
Suntory White Whisky
Suntory is the oldest whisky making company in Japan. Its origins stretch back to a small shop, started in 1899 by Torii Shinjiro, which specialized in selling imported wines. Today, it is the largest and most recognizable whisky maker in Japan. Suntory white is its oldest product, being put on the market by the founder, Shinjiro Torii. It might not be quite as refined as more high level products, such as Hibiki and Yamazaki, but it is a part of Japanese whisky history nonetheless. One for the history buffs and avid whisky fans who love to try new things.
Distillery: Laphroaig Bottler: Samaroli (Duthie) Age: 16 Years Old Year: 1970 Bottled 1986 ABV: 54% Bottles: 720
Hibiki Malt Whisky
" Hibiki® Whisky is a harmonious blend of innumerous malt and grain whiskies which are meticulously blended to create a full orchestra of flavors and aromas. Seductive, blossoming and enigmatic, Hibiki® Whisky celebrates an unrivaled art of blending, fine craftsmanship and a sense of luxury from the House of Suntory."
Hibiki 17 Year Old Blended Japanese Whisky
The Hibiki 17 Year Old is a blended Japanese whisky from the house of Suntory. The word ‘Hibiki’ means Harmony in Japanese, and this expression was first released in 1989.
Suntory The Chita Single Grain Japanese Whisky
The Chita is a single grain whisky produced by Suntory, the largest maker of alcoholic beverages in Japan. This expression has been named after the Chita Distillery, located in the Chita Peninsula, Japan.
Suntory Kakubin Whisky
Dozens of years had passed since Suntory began creating Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky in the outskirts of Kyoto, based on the dream of Shinjiro Torii, the founder of Suntory, of crafting a Japanese whisky that rivals scotch. In 1937, Kakubin was created as a Japanese whisky tailored to the delicate Japanese palate. Its position has remained unshakable in the 70 plus years of rapid change that have since passed. The square-cut, tortoise-shell bottle continues to bear witness to unwavering quality.
Suntory Hibiki 21 Year Old Blended Whisky
The Hibiki 21 Year Old is a blended whisky from Beam Suntory, the largest Japanese producer of distilled beverages and spirits. Hibiki is a brand of blended Japanese whiskies produced by the company. This expression is one of the most critically and commercially successful Hibiki releases, winning a number of awards and medals over the years.
Suntory Zen Malt Whisky
Suntory is the oldest whisky making company in Japan. Its origins stretch back to a small shop, started in 1899 by Torii Shinjiro, which specialized in selling imported wines. Today, it is the country’s largest and most recognizable producer of quality whisky. This particular ZEN whisky is 100% pure malt. Presented in a square shaped bottle with original box.
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