By FOX Sports staff
Although they already had sewn up the title over a month ago, the Bayern players and staff were officially presented with their medals on Saturday and they warmed up for the ceremony with a commanding victory thanks to goals from Thomas Muller, Xherdan Shaqiri and Luiz Gustavo.
With 88 points to their name and a game left to play in the current campaign, the Bavarian outfit are without doubt one of the most dominant sides German football has ever seen, and Heynckes insists there has not been another team that has matched his charges' performances.
"It's a joint achievement from the players and coaching staff," he said on the club's official website.
"No team in the history of the Bundesliga has played the football we've played this season, consistently at the highest level - it fill me with pride.
"We all know you'll be showered in beer at Bayern, but at least I've avoided pulling a muscle," he joked.
As he took to the balcony of Munich's City Hall to greet an estimated 20,000 fans, Heynckes saw what the title meant to a club without a major success since their league and cup double of 2010.
"Your excitement tells me that you were starved and that you've been waiting for what feels like a decade to be back here," he told supporters.
"We'll now do all we can to ensure we get what we are all dreaming about on May 25."
May 25 is the date of the Champions League final, when Bayern will hope to complete the second part of their treble bid with victory over Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund at Wembley.
A week later, on June 1, Heynckes' last match at the Bayern helm will come against Stuttgart in the final of the DFB-Pokal.
"We've not finished yet," added Bayern captain Philipp Lahm. "We want two more titles."
Reflecting on yesterday's title celebrations, Lahm said: "It's a dream to see how many people are here. It's sensational.
"This trophy is back in Munich, where it belongs."