Suntory is the largest and most popular Japanese whisky company, and its flagship product, the Hibiki, continues to be in great demand. While starring in the film, Lost in Translation, Bill Murray was seen drinking the Hibiki. Named the best whisky in the world more than once, it continues to win international awards, again and again. The Hibiki is more than just a world class whisky; it is a whisky that other world class whiskies try to emulate.
This particular Hibiki 17 Gold Label was the final version released before 2000. This is one of the rarest collectible bottle of Hibiki. If you’d like to try the best, you must try the Hibiki.
Hibiki 17 Year Old Gold Label Final Version
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. Of all its products, the Hibiki remains the most popular, having been chosen as the best whisky in the world on several occasions. For anyone who has tried this flagship product from Suntory, this should come as no surprise. Here, we present the Hibiki 17 years old Musashino Fuji, 2013 edition. Only 2000 hand painted bottles were made.