Why Whisky

Why invest in rare whisky?

Diversification & Low Volatility

Rare Whisky has no correlation to any other traditional asset classes such as equities, bonds, property, etc. 

12 - 15% Historical Annual Returns

Imbalance between lack of supply of aged single malt whisky and growing demand particularly in Asia. 

Physical Asset

Complete ownership in your name and access to your collection.

Hedge Currency Risk

Take advantage of a historically lower GBP and earn additional gains on the upside long term.

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Whisky Facts

Whisky ages only while in the barrel - once bottled all aging stops (unlike wine). The majority of any whisky’s flavour comes from the type of casks used during aging (sherry, bourbon, port, etc).

In Scotland, to be called Scotch whisky, it must spend a minimum of 3 years in the cask and be bottled at a minimum of 40% ABV.

 

Casks owned by an individual can be bottled at the time of their choosing and all packaging (bottle, cork closure, label, box, etc) can be completely customized as long as they meet the minimum Scotch Whisky Association requirements.

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Contact Us

Macey & Sons Cask Master Ltd.

19 & 20/F Winsome House, 

73 Wyndham Street,

Central, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 3468 7908

Email.: cs@maceyandsons.com

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