No more Suntory time: Japan’s stock of aged whiskey dries up

The beloved Japanese whiskey popularized by Bill Murray in Lost in Translation will soon be no more, as supply issues have forced Suntory to discontinue two of its prize-winning products. Suntory says its 12-year-old Hakushu and 17-year-old Hibiki whiskies …
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