Rolling Stones’ 50th Anniversary Whiskey

Japanese alcohol manufacturer, Suntory Group, has released a special whiskey to celebrate Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary. Containing a blend of six different whiskeys, the bottle’s contents contains malts from major years in The Stones’ history.  A 1962 Yamazaki, a 1971 Yamazaki, a 1972 Yamazaki malt. Other whiskeys to be included in the blend are the Hakushu malt and Chita grain ones from 1990, when the Stones made their first trip to Japan. Only 150 bottles each containing 700 milliliters will be offered. $6,300

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