Which Hibiki is discontinued?

Which Hibiki is discontinued?

The first of Suntory’s whisky to get the axe … Hibiki 12 was discontinued in 2015, so despite its status as the youngest of the line’s age-statement collection, it’s no easier to track down than its older siblings.

Why was hibiki discontinued?

In 2018, Suntory announced it was discontinuing its popular Hibiki 17-year-old bottling due to a lack of sufficiently aged spirit (although that discontinuation does not appear to have actually happened).

Will Hibiki 21 be discontinued?

With each award both the price and demand for the Hibiki 21 has risen, making the 17 the last of the current Hibiki aged range that could be bought at a price that wouldn’t break the bank. This is expected to change now that Suntory has decided to stop producing the expression, amidst shortages of aged stock.

Is Hibiki 30 discontinued?

A fantastic investment of the Hibiki family. This 30 year old lady is highly sought since Suntory has announced to discontinue the Hibiki 12 and 17 officially….Hibiki 30.

Age 21-30
Whisky Single Malt

Do they still make Hakushu 12?

Hakushu 12 Year was discontinued in June 2018 after the rise in popularity of Japanese Whiskies depleted stocks. Therefore, it’s safe to assume that the company will only release a limited quantity of bottles.

Will Hibiki 12 come back?

Suntory single malt whisky Hakushu 12 Year returns after it was discontinued two years ago. Japanese whisky lovers were recently thrilled to discover that Suntory will be releasing new, limited edition Hibiki and single malt Yamazaki whiskies in May.

How much is hibiki at Costco?

Costco HIBIKI Suntory Harmony Whiskey $58.99 [Blended 12 yrs], Suntory Toki Japanese Whisky $28.99 YMMV B&M.

What’s the most expensive Japanese whiskey?

Yamazaki 50
Officially the most expensive bottle of Japanese whisky ever sold, the elusive elixir sold for HK$2,300,000 (around $299,000). Sotheby’s Hong Kong auctioned off the whisky that was bottled in 2011 and smashed the previous record of around $129,000 that was held by a 2005 bottling of Yamazaki 50-Year-Old.