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.
Why Invest in Casks
The best performing alternative asset
class, with estimated accumulative
short term returns of 40%, medium
term of 80%, and long term 140%.
Safe and Secure
Our casks are only held in government bonded warehouses in Scotland.
Unique and Limited
Each cask is unique, and it’s definitely
not something you could buy online!
No two casks will ever be the same.
Maturing in Value
Time is on your side. Whisky only
matures in the cask. The older and
more mature a whisky, the greater
Our multiple exit strategies and
global client base ensure a
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