Origin of KYKEY

Whiskey has different notations depending on the region. In Scotland, Japan and France, it is written as "WHISKY". On the other hand, in Ireland and the United States, it is written as "WHISKEY". There are various theories as to why the notation is different, but it is said that Irish people began to add "E" to distinguish the Irish whiskey they ship from Scotch.
KYKEY is a name that combines these two words.

KYKEY is the KEY to bring you to the new world.
The pronounce of “KYKEY” means “Look Happy”
in Japanese. The name is including our thought that we’d like to support those who start out to enjoy whisky for having a more comfortable time.
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