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£1.5 million

An individual bottle of Macallan 1926 smashed records at auction, selling for £1.5 million.

£40.7 million

In 2018, over £40.7m of rare Whisky was sold at auction houses in the UK alone. 

£572,000

A cask of Macallan distilled in 1989 sold for £572,000 last year – a record price for a maturing cask of Whisky.
WHY SCOTCH WHISKY?

There's more to whisky than drinking

Tax Efficiency
Whisky casks are classed as a ‘wasting asset’ and are therefore not subject to capital gains tax.
Diversification
The Whisky market has a non-correlational relationship with the economy, meaning that if the stock market takes a hit, you don’t have to worry.
Growth
The Whisky market has historically shown consistent returns of between 8 and 12% per annum.

How do you become the owner of a whisky cask?

The whisky investment process is surprisingly straightforward and we’re here to guide you every step of the way.