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Cask Whisky Investment

Whisky Cask Investment

Whisky in 2019 was a top performing luxury investment. During the proceeding months, the market reported increases of up to 40% on rare bottle values, which out performed some of the more established alternative asset investments such as art, wine and cars.

2019 was also notable for a record-breaking fee achieved for a bottle at auction, a “Macallan 1926″ selling for a record £1.5m at Sotheby’s. In 2018, over £40m worth of rare whisky was sold at auction during 2018 alone. The four-year growth from December 2014 in rare whisky saw increases over 160%, compared to just 2.47% for the FTSE 100.

Scotch Whisky is exported to 180 markets worldwide with Scotch accounting for 20% of the United Kingdom’s entire food and drinks exports.

In the last 4 years, over thirty new distilleries have been founded and several legendary closed distilleries restored to full working condition. Recently these distilleries have seen cask sales as a source of early revenue. Un-aged casks of new-make spirit can cost in excess of £6000.

Note: Whisky Casks are for the investor who has knowledge of the Wines & Spirits Industry.

The Benefits

Medium To Long Term

Physical Asset

Security - Physical - See , feel, touch,

Why Invest In Scotch Whisky

If you sell your matured whisky casks, in the long term, you can expect an average return of 9% to 12% PA. Buy quality Casks at wholesale prices.

NOTE: In order to be legally sold as Scotch Whisky, New Make Spirit (the clear, potent liquid formed by fermenting and distilling malted barley, water and yeast) must mature in a wooden cask, in Scotland, for a minimum of 3 years. These casks have to be stored in an HMRC approved bonded warehouse. ((HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs) is a UK Government agency.))

All things good come to those who wait – The time spent in the cask creates a substantial increase in value, as Cask Maturation means the spirit can now be legally sold as Scotch Whisky.

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