In 2020 the average annual capital growth rate for whisky was
13.1

%

In 2020 the average annual capital growth rate for whisky was 13.1

%

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The export value of global Scotch whisky exports grew by 4.4

%

to £4.91billion in 2019.

Why Collect Whisky?

Good returns from whisky maturation have been achieved over many years.

Rare Whisky was the top performing luxury investment of the past decade, growing by 40% in 2019 alone.

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As with all collections, previous performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Casked whisky is stored in casks under bond at cask strength (ABV 60%) Elite Wine & Whisky charge a 5% management fee to use our whisky collecting service and you are under no obligation to proceed with the purchase by making an enquiry.

Our website offers information about whisky cask collecting, but not personal financial advice. If you’re not sure which casks are right for you, please request advice, for example from a financial advisor. If you decide to buy whisky with Elite Whisky and Wine. Remember that whisky cask prices can go up and down in value, so you could get back less than you put in.

Like fine wine, rare whisky is an asset that diversifies and strengthens your portfolio
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