The Whisky Cask Club has a combined 50 years of experience in the Scottish whisky industry. We have partnered with some of the most exclusive suppliers of Scottish whisky to give our clients the most sought-after casks of whisky in the market. In order to be able to sell our clients casks of ultra high-end whisky the Cask Club has partnered with ACEO Spirits and Whisky who are our official UK Duty representative.
A UK citizen and Singapore PR, has lived in Singapore for 16 years. He is one of Singapore’s leading Whisky cask professionals and is the co-founder and CEO of the Whisky Cask Club – the brokerage that supplies the Whisky Cask Fund with the casks of Whisky. Alex has a vast pool of experience to draw from and has high-level expertise in the Whisky business.
Matthew is a partner in the Whisky Cask Club and believes in seizing opportunities as he sees them. His excellent experience in the whisky business and knows a great deal about whisky investments.
We bring together the best whiskies in the world. We demonstrate that fine whisky is a good investment, and our marketplace provides the most secure way to store high-end spirits.
Casks aren't released until they have reached their ultimate potential. We will be here for you when it comes time to liquidate your portfolio. We have several strategies for that day, and we'd be happy to discuss them with you.
A new distillery needs cash to fund its initial operations, but whisky can't be bottled before three years of aging. During that time, the distillery sells its unaged "new make" and young casks to other companies who can use them to produce their products while waiting for their stocks to mature. This process helps keep the lights on at new distilleries to make high-quality whisky for your enjoyment. You can join this exciting journey by investing in a new distillery and becoming a part of the process from beginning to end!
Most bottlers select only the finest casks and have created powerful product ranges centered around strict quality standards. Independent bottlers purchase casks from distilleries in bulk, blend the whisky, bottle it, and build new brands. These companies often have ties with distilleries that span decades and trade casks as a side business to their labels.
Beyond the monetary benefits, cask sales, auctions, and independent bottling are ways for distilleries to diversify and expand their reach — helping to take their brands to the next level. With these methods comes value, which can increase bottle and cask prices. These rising prices have an impact on our clients' portfolios.