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Dekantā releases a Japanese whisky finished in Port Ellen cask

A new single cask whisky from the Eigashima Distillery.
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Dekanta Kikou Whisky

Fine whisky specialists Dekantā have a new special edition called the Kikou a small production single cask Japanese whisky that has been finished in a cask from the Port Ellen distillery in Scotland. This process is a hat tip to Masataka Taketsuru, who is regarded as the "Father Of Japanese Whisky.” Since the Port Ellen distillery shut down production in 1983, this bottling is sure to be highly coveted by whisky collectors looking for a rare and unique addition to their collection. 


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