Whiskey and or Whiskey Barrels

Japanese and or Scottish.

Buy DGE for whisky exposure.

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Hey thanks. VERY new to all this and just couldn’t find anything related to. Will take a look. Be safe.

Diageo own a hell of a lot of scotch brands. I bought into glenwyvis distillery when they launched a few years back in the hope diageo would buy them up… still waiting, hoping :laughing:

Ha! It’s all such a waiting game. Thanks for the link there :slight_smile:

I read about Whiskey Invest Direct when looking at Augmentum portfolio companies. The whiskey price charts showing it has having a solid rate of return, but I have no clue about whiskey, so didn’t look further.

https://www.whiskyinvestdirect.com/

Thanks Han. I too have been to the Whiskey Invest Direct page, but no logic there for me. I wanted to find smaller distilleries or indeed larger ones to invest in.
Or more specifically, the barrels themselves.
I’m sure it’s not, but it feels like a closed loop this one.
As Adam mentions above, Diageo seems the only way in??

I know you asked about Scottish or Japanese, but thought I’d mention that Sliabh Liag Distillers from Donegal :ireland: are raising equity on Crowdcube at the moment.

Update: Asahi group has a minority stake in SDL. They are the owners of Nikka and also Ben Nevis, so there is a :black_flag:󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 / :jp: connection :slight_smile:

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Also, I’ve put together a list of Scottish distilleries, mentioning investment options where available: https://investinwhisky.online/distilleries

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