Japanese distillers Suntory are to release an exclusive blended whiskey celebrating 50 years of the Rolling Stones.
The whiskey contains spirits from Suntory distillers which were distilled in various years of import to the famous rock and roll band, reports the Nonjatta blog.
The whiskeys in the blend includes Yamazaki malts from 1962, the year the band formed, 1972, when the famous lips and tongue logo first appeared, 1972 and 1981, in addition to Hakushu malt from 1990, the first year they played at Japan’s Tokyo Dome.
The blend also includes Chita grain whiskey from 1990 and comes bottled in a crystal decanter.
Only 150 bottles have been created and will retail for 500,000 yen ($6,300).