Exploring Exit Strategies

Nicola

September 20, 2021

Exploring Exit Strategies with Two of our First Customers

When we started Whiskey & Wealth Club, we knew we were offering our clients something unique. The chance to buy cask whiskey was novel enough, but the thought that it could increase in value by around 20% in just three years was unprecedented.

Yet that’s exactly what two of our earliest clients have experienced. Hear them tell their stories about getting involved in the early days, the benefits they’ve seen in their investments, and why they’ve devised their exit strategies in the video below:

And these investors showed just one way to exit your investment. When the time comes, you’re not limited to cashing out your returns. If you’re thinking about bottling your own small-batch craft whiskey, you’d be able to use the contents of your casks to do just that. Just think – you could invest in a cask to commemorate a special event like a wedding, then toast to your tenth anniversary with your very own whiskey.

Or you have the option to sell your cask back to the distillery that produced it. As we discussed in our last email, branded cask whiskey is a cask produced by a particular distiller to fill one of their future bottles. They’re not able to age all of the stock they produce, so being able to purchase their own stock that’s already matured can be a great benefit to both them and you – they’re able to make more exceptional product, and you may be able to make a significant return.

And, of course, these are just some of the ways you can design your exit strategy. When you’re ready to take that step, our wealth advisors will be able to give you guidance and all of the information you need to make the most of your investment. If you’re ready to take the first steps, why not give us a call today?

If you missed our last instalment, learn more about the distinctions between branded and unbranded casks. Ready see the distilleries where our whiskey is made? Get a glimpse of a distillery tour with us.

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