Whiskey & Wealth in the Press
Whiskey & Wealth Club’s innovative cask whiskey buying model is making headlines.
Whiskey sour? Makers face hangover from trade dispute
The EU’s tariff rate is set to double to 50% in June in the key export market for US whiskey makers. However, William Fielding, co-founder of Whiskey & Wealth Club, tells Fox Business the current tariffs aren’t necessarily bad for all business.
Bitcoin is one of the hottest alternative investments, but it may not be the best
The original cryptocurrency has garnered widespread interest from investors over the past year, however, its wild price swings have left some wondering whether other assets may be better at storing their cash away from the volatility of global markets.
The value of rare whiskey has risen by over 560% in the last 10 years
The coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted the global economy. This has resulted in a volatile financial market. Consequently, we have seen investors turn to alternative investments to hedge against market volatility.
Should you look at Irish whiskey as an investment?
With St Patrick’s Day on the not-too-distant horizon, thoughts inevitably turn to iconic festivities to be enjoyed. For many this involves toasting a taoscán of Irish whiskey. The day and drink are synonymous with each other. But this year maybe you should think about investing instead of drinking your whiskey?
The (Not So) Secret Science Of Whiskey Value When Investing
When people discover I’m the founder of an ultra-rare whiskey company, I can guarantee at least one question: “Jay, which bottle of whiskey should I buy that’s going to grow fastest in value?”
SB’s most read stories of 2020
One of our most popular online stories was a prediction by cask whisky investment company Whiskey and Wealth Club that claimed casks of whisky produced in 2020 would be highly valuable in the coming decades.
Six of the world’s most expensive whiskies
Whisky is big business, and no more so than in 2020 it seems. With distilleries temporarily closing due to Covid restrictions and production slowing, casks produced in 2020 are predicted to become some of the rarest and most valuable in the future, believes cask whisky investment company Whiskey and Wealth Club.
The Case for Collecting
Why your collection of rare whiskeys might be more valuable than you think. Rare whiskey collecting has ascended from an exclusive hobby among the well-heeled to an industry where the rarest bottles are sold at auction and traded on the secondary market.
Why Investing In Cask Whiskey May Be A Smart Move
Did you know that whiskey can be more than just your favourite beverage? Besides winding down with a glass at the end of the day, this dark and delicious drink might actually belong in your investment portfolio as well.
Whisky: Investing in Liquid Gold
When it comes to investing, time is your friend. This is as true of whisky as any quality stock. But when it comes to whisky investment, it may be the most important factor of all.
The Cask Whiskey Investor’s Survival Guide
As cask whiskey opens up to private investors, opportunities are many, but there are risks, too. The key to realizing its potential (safely) is a thorough understanding of the market. The challenge facing many investors, however, is that this is a new and unfamiliar environment.
Whiskey produced in 2020 forecast to command premium prices
This year marks a significant time for the history of the whiskey industry. Whiskey produced in the year 2020 will be incredibly rare and is predicted to be highly valuable by the end of the decade.
Pride After The Fall: Reclaiming The Glories Of Irish Whiskey
Miles of column inches already document Irish whiskey’s resurgence in the past decade. As a proud Irishman with more than a passing interest in whiskey, this of course makes me happy, but we have been here before. Our industry is an object lesson in boom and bust. This time, our renaissance has to be different.
Whisky made in 2020 ‘most valuable in history’
Cask whisky investment company Whiskey and Wealth Club predicts that this year ‘marks a significant time for the history of the whisky industry’.
The advantages of investing in whiskey
In Scotland and Ireland, new-make spirit must be allowed to mature for a minimum of three years before it can be called whiskey. The maturation period can be anywhere from three to 20 or more years.