Japanese Harmony is a beautiful name for a whisky, especially one that belongs to a label with as rich of a history as Suntory's. Specifically part of the existing Hibiki range, it "happens to be one of the more complex expressions across the entire Suntory Whisky portfolio," according to Cool Hunting. With at least 10 malt and grain whiskies, which were pulled from all three of Suntory's distilleries: Yamazaki, Hakushu and Chita, this claim is not exaggerated.
The Hibiki Japanese Harmony is at once sweet and smokey. Since Suntory's Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013 was pronounced the world's best whisky — a first for Japan — by expert Jim Murray, it's only natural they would want to follow it up with an even better concoction.
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