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Hibiki Japanese Harmony Suntory Whisky, 70 cl
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Suntory's Hibiki is the paragon of harmony, blending innumerous malt and grain whiskies from their globally acclaimed Yamazaki, Hakushu and Chita distilleries. This original blend has a flowery nose with lychee, hints of rosemary and a brisk sandalwood touch. The palate of honey, candied orange peel and white chocolate is certainly one to savour, which is just right because this whisky has a tender, long finish to carry each indulgent sip. Presented in a stylish 24 facet bottle, representing the 24 seasons of Japan's traditional calendar, this sophisticated whisky makes a perfect gift for whisky and Japan fans alike.
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Alcohol Volume- 43 %Bottle Size- 70 cl
Type- WhiskyCountry Of Origin- Japan
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