In the heart of Scotland’s whisky-producing region lies a place where the art of cask crafting thrives – the Speyside Cooperage. Recently, the team from Speyside Capital embarked on a journey to this renowned cooperage to uncover the intricacies of cask creation and its pivotal role in the world of whisky production and investment. Speyside […]
Scotch whisky is not only a beloved spirit enjoyed by enthusiasts around the world but also a captivating asset class with a rich and fascinating history of investment. Over the centuries, Scotch whisky investment has evolved, capturing the attention of collectors, connoisseurs, and savvy investors alike.
At Speyside Capital we know that investing in whisky can be an exciting and profitable venture. We’ve got our experts behind us to provide us with three essential steps you can use to get started on the path to whisky investment success.
Warren Buffett’s Strategic Move: Diageo Shares and the Exponential Growth of Premiumisation in the Spirits Industry
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The Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index has been tracking the performance of a range of high-end collectables for over a decade. The index provides a unique insight into the state of the luxury investment market, including everything from fine art and classic cars to rare coins and antique furniture. However, one asset class that has
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