dekantā offers the world’s largest online selection of authentic Japanese spirits and, since the opening of its online store in 2015, has delivered to 127 countries across every continent in the world. A family owned and run business, dekantā’s founders have been selling collectibles since 1985 and specialize in rare, collectible, and new release single malt Japanese whisky. dekantā offers worldwide delivery on an extensive range of Japanese single malt whisky, Japanese grain whisky and Japanese blended whisky, in addition to Scottish whisky released for the Japanese market only.
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The world’s foremost online retailer of rare whisky from Japan, dekantā, have revealed the Eigashima 2011 Kikou – Ki Series as the company’s first private label bottling of Japanese whisky, to mark their third anniversary. June 11, 2018This first private label, single cask whisky from dekantā, home to the world’s largest online inventory of Japanese […]
Japanese spirit specialists have unveiled the dekantā cellar, with an inaugural collection of 40 red wines from Japan, available for delivery to wine enthusiasts worldwide. March 13, 2018Making use of a diverse selection of grapes, from locally cultivated varieties to global varieties domestically grown, the first collection in the dekantā cellar has been curated to […]
A ballot for dekantā’s Karuizawa The Cities of Japan 35 Year Old Sherry Cask collection, showcasing bottle designs inspired by Japan’s most iconic cities with rare Japanese whisky of the silent distillery, closes Wednesday 7 February at midnight (GMT). January 31, 2018 Authentic Japanese spirits retailer dekantā have just announced the opening of their ballot to […]
Japanese whisky fans worldwide can order these limited release, creative new whiskies from Yamazaki, Hakushu and Chita, otherwise only available in Japan, through dekantā.com. January 16, 2018Due for release on 27 February 2018, The Essence of Suntory collection includes three brand new expressions from the Japanese whisky giant, now available for worldwide delivery from Japanese […]
Marking a milestone in Japanese spirits history, authentic Japanese spirits retailer dekantā has introduced five Japanese gins available for shipping worldwide, offering fans a taste of these products before they’re released internationally. July 5, 2017 Now established as a whisky industry world leader, Japan is set to emulate the success of Japanese whisky with its innovative […]
Gear Patrol •
Short of a trip to Japan, dekanta is the defacto choice for westerners shopping for Japanese whisky. The website is home to some of the rarest bottles of Japanese whisky in existence today, and quite a few perennial award-getters.
Premium whisky maker Dekantā have unveiled their latest small batch of single cask Japanese whisky called Kikou. The stunning looking expression is a tribute to Masataka Taketsuru, the man considered the father of Japanese whisky. Accompanying that status is a whisky that has been finished in a cask from the Port Ellen distillery in Scotland. Given that the Port Ellen distillery ceased operation in 1983, the Kikou should make for a great collector’s item without the collector’s price tag.
Robb Report •
“These (NAS whiskies) are likely to have a positive impact on the diversity of the Japanese whisky market,” says Masa. “So far, Suntory and Nikka have undoubtedly dominated, but if their popular whiskies become prohibitively expensive, then Japanese whisky fans may turn to smaller producers, such as Chichibu, Eigashima/White Oak and Yamazakura, to name but a few who are making wonderful, interesting whiskies that have yet to gain international recognition.”
The Spirits Business •
Online retailer Dekantā has revealed its first private bottling – a six-and-a-half-year-old Port Ellen cask-finished Japanese whisky priced at US$650, called Eigashima 2011 Kikou – Ki Series.
Nikkei Asian Review •
"The big two players are Suntory and Nikka, who produce consistently great products," said Makiyo Masa, founder of online Japanese whisky retailer Dekanta. "But there are also smaller brands that taste great and are affordable."