Ten Imperial

Imperial ‘Marriage’ 28 yo (40.8%, Elixir Distillers ‘The Single Malts Of Scotland’, a marriage of five bourbon barrels, 600 bottles)
Imperial 22 yo 1998/2020 (48.4%, Club Qing ‘The Gambler’ for Rudder & Club Qing, cask #103929, 182 bottles)
Imperial 23 yo 1997/2020 (45.4%, Elixir Distillers ‘The Single Malts Of Scotland’, cask #2798, bourbon barrel, 151 bottles)
Imperial 26 yo 1996/2022 (51.5%, The Whisky Exchange ‘The Whisky Show’, cask #1053+1189)
Imperial 24 yo 1995/2019 (42%, Valinch & Mallet, cask #20-2402, bourbon barrel, 181 bottles)
Imperial 25 yo 1995/2021 (50.1%, The Whisky Exchange, cask #7845, bourbon barrel, 165 bottles)
Imperial 25 yo 1995/2021 (53.6%, Elixir Distillers ‘The Single Malts Of Scotland’, cask #7851, bourbon barrel, 142 bottles)
Imperial 24 yo 1995/2020 (53.9%, Elixir Distillers ‘The Single Malts Of Scotland’ for Kensington Wine Market, cask #7850, bourbon, 148 bottles)
Imperial 29 yo 1991/2020 (45.7%, Elixir Distillers ‘The Single Malts Of Scotland’, cask #280, bourbon barrel, 194 bottles)
Imperial 30 yo (54.8%, Elixir Distillers ‘Director’s Special’, bourbon barrel, 140 bottles)

Whiskey & Wealth Club celebrates record-breaking quarterly results as it moves into its fifth year

Raise a glass to another rise in results: Whiskey & Wealth Club celebrates record-breaking quarterly results as it moves into its fifth year

With financial markets once again in turmoil, Whiskey & Wealth Club has bucked the trend yet again by recording exceptional results that demonstrate the demand for this alternative asset investment.

The multiple award-winning Whiskey & Wealth Club has reported record results for Q2 and Q3 of 2022, building on its extraordinary growth since being founded in 2018 by Jay Bradley and Scott Sciberras. Despite huge inflation and a drop in investor confidence in the traditional financial markets, Whiskey & Wealth Club has achieved turnover of just under £15,000,000 in Q2 and Q3, an increase of 148% from £5,965,279 in 2021.

While other markets have seen dramatic losses, Whiskey & Wealth Club has gone from strength to strength in challenging conditions. As an alternative asset class, casked whiskey has proven popular with investors looking to put their money into a tangible commodity, with its value tied to its age, quality, scarcity and the reputation of the brand rather than the more volatile performance of the market and the whims of politicians and traders. Along with an extensive knowledge of whiskey, Whiskey & Wealth Club can attribute much of its success to only dealing in casks of whiskey from award-winning and established brands with proven records, including Bladnoch, Bunnahabhain, and Boann.

This extraordinary success was on show at the recent BITA Gala evening where a bourbon cask of single malt from the multiple award-winning The Craft Irish Whiskey Co. sold at auction for an incredible £20,000. Bidders clearly recognised the future value of a cask of single malt from the company responsible for crafting a whiskey judged to be the world’s Best Irish Single Malt at the World Whiskies Awards 2022, and the competition for this cask was fierce.

Award wins help bolster the value of casked whiskey – another reason why Whiskey & Wealth Club works exclusively with Irish whiskey and Scotch whisky brands with award-winning prowess. This auction price also demonstrates the value placed on innovatively well-crafted, premium whiskey, with casks typically enjoying annualised returns of around 8-18% based on historical data.

Whiskey & Wealth Club Founder, Jay Bradley said “In the current climate we’re seeing increased interest from clients looking to purchase cask whiskey as a way of spreading their risk and diversifying their portfolio. At Whiskey & Wealth Club we’re seeing demand for the best quality whiskeys soar and we expect this to continue even when the financial markets settle down.”

CEO & Founder Scott Sciberras agreed, “Despite the challenges of the last few years, Whiskey & Wealth Club has surpassed all expectations and demonstrated that our groundbreaking model is increasingly attractive for investors. While financial markets across the world are in turmoil, the growing value of whiskey as it matures is seen as a more reliable asset and brings our clients confidence.”

Whiskey & Wealth Club offers the opportunity to purchase cask whiskey at wholesale prices, with insurance and storage included in the purchase price. After a number of years, the owner can decide on a number of exit strategies, including bottling for their own use, extending the storage period to mature the whiskey further, selling on to another investor or collector, or to an existing brand or new distillery.

This is a fast-expanding market, with Irish whiskey sales in 2021 reaching 14 million cases and the global market size projected to reach $11 billion by 2030. Equally, Scotch whisky is the single most traded spirit in the world, accounting for 75% of Scotland’s entire food and drink export revenue with exports worth over £4 billion annually. Whiskey & Wealth Club is in the process of opening an office in Sydney, Australia to meet the growing demand from emerging markets such as Asia, allowing it to offer the enjoyment and opportunity of cask whiskey ownership to a global audience. With a younger demographic of drinkers turning to whiskey, savvy investors have seen the long term potential in an asset that matures in both taste and value in the cask.

For more information on Whiskey & Wealth Club visit www.whiskeywealthclub.com

About Whiskey & Wealth Club

Whiskey & Wealth Club offers investors, consumers and collectors the opportunity to buy cask whiskey at wholesale prices. The casks are then stored in a secure bonded warehouse to mature for five, ten or even fifteen years, before selling for a profit or bottling. The company was founded on a simple idea: to share the enjoyment and potential rewards of wholesale cask Irish whiskey or Scotch whisky ownership with clients around the world.

Whisky Hammer “Our November Auction ENDS SOON” – Auction Whisky News

Our November Auction ENDS SOON!

Place your bids until Sunday 27th November.


Every month, we present an incredible selection of whiskies and other fine spirits to our members right across the globe. You will find everything here from limited edition releases and vintage bottles to whole casks of rare whisky. There is certainly something for everyone – whether you are looking to collect, invest or enjoy!

Bowmore – 35 Year Old (1964) Oddbins & 38 Year Old (1964)

Ardbeg – 1965

Karuizawa – 2000 (Single Cask Flower & Bird Series)

Macallan – Private Eye (Gold)

Hanyu – Eight of Diamonds (1991) & Ace of Spades (1985)

Selling whisky? Why not arrange the pick-up of your bottles using our global courier service? If you’re based in Scotland, you might want to arrange the personal collection of your bottles. Wherever you’re based in the world, we will make getting your bottles into our monthly auction as simple as possible. Get in touch with the Whisky Hammer team now by dropping them a message at sales@whiskyhammer.co.uk.

Get the new GlenDronach Cask Strength with Free Delivery 🔥 – Whisky Shop News

GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 11

Here are a round-up of bottles at The Whisky Shop, some new, some trending, and some back in stock! GlenDronach’s latest batch of their cask strength series of drams is here at a powerful 59.8% abv and beautifully sherried. Get a bottle of this limited dram whilst we still have some (including FREE DELIVERY too!).

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Glendronach Cask Strength
Batch 11 2022

The latest batch has been matured in a combination of Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso sherry casks, bottled at 59.8% abv and showcasing flavours of maple syrup, cinnamon, and milk chocolate combining with notes of dried fruit and marmalade.


This non-age-statement expression has been matured in a combination of Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry casks. The result is a rich, woody, and sherried single malt. This whisky is the eleventh release in the distillery’s Cask Strength series. Bottled at 59.8% abv, the dram boasts a natural deep bronze colour.

This whisky has notes of black treacle, mulled wine, and honey-drizzled nuts on the nose, with some hints of toasted oak coming through. Flavours of maple syrup, cinnamon, and milk chocolate combine with notes of dried fruit on the palate. These flavours move into a long finish full of black cherry, marmalade, and butterscotch.

SCAPA DISTILLERY 17 Year Old 2005 Connoisseurs Choice UK Exclusive Cask #484 at The Whisky Barrel – Scotch Whisky News

Scapa 17 Years

Single bourbon barrel #484 bottled exclusivity for the United Kingdom market. Just 173 bottles. Scapa 17 Year Old 2005 vintage Orcadian single malt Scotch whisky. Single First Fill Bourbon Barrel #484 bottled August 2022 for the United Kingdom market by Gordon & MacPhail for the Connoisseurs Choice series. 173 bottles. Sweet baked apple aromas complement heather honey and a hint of garden mint. Exotic fruit flavours infuse with dried banana and toasted almonds. A medium finish with soft menthol and oak.

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Scapa Distillery was established by John Townsend in 1885 close by the shore of Scapa Bay in Scapa Flow near Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands. Scapa Distillery is one of only a very few Scottish distilleries to have retained some Corten steel washbacks and is equipped with just two stills including a novel wash still which incorporates the shell of an old Lomond still. In contrast to the other Kirkwall distillery Scapa Distillery produces only unpeated single malt whisky. Official and independent bottlings are quite limited in number due in part to low production levels during the past decades.

Scotch Malt Whisky Society FESTIVE FRAZZLE: BUY BOTH TOGETHER FOR £189 – Scotch Whisky News



Perfect for the flavour explorer, enjoy 25 different drams along with our experimental blended malt bottling Frazzle Dazzle. Sure to surprise and delight the senses, buy both together for only £189 (our Advent Calendar is priced at £189 so a whisky winner). Be quick to order, limited in availability and first-come-first-served.


The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Vaults, 87 Giles Street, Leith EH6 6BZ

Contact: sales@smws.com or call 0131 555 2929 (Mon-Fri 9am-4.45pm). Visit the Society at here for membership information

This is your chance to join and to take advantage of their great offers!

Spot the SMWS bottles in this amusing You Tube video

2003 Longmorn 15 Year Old “Advance Sample by Old Malt Cask” ~ K&L Exclusive News

2003 Longmorn 15 Year Old “Advance Sample by Old Malt Cask” K&L Exclusive Single Refill Hogshead Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (200ml) $34.99 View

The Old Malt Cask Advance Sample label is a wonderful way to try an array of malts in an affordable and fun 200ml package. Longmorn, a cult favorite, is usually destined for blends. Owned by Chivas, you can guess where that famous blend gets a huge portion of its fruity top notes as well as body. Sadly the official bottlings of Longmorn tend to be prohibitively expensive. The 16 year is $150 bucks, and while that might not seem crazy in today’s inflation laden market, it’s been $150 for a long time. Built by John Duff in the late 1800s, Longmorn shares many charactistics with its neighbor and sister distillery Benriach which Duff also built 5 years after Longmorn. Marked by long ferments and a weight spirit due to very squat, wide necked stills, the unusually fruity whisky produced here is a favorite of many. Even Masataka Taketsuru of Nikka fame went so far as to model his stills on the Longmorn design when he returned to Japan. This 2003 distilled 15 year old was bottled in January of 2019 at 50% ABV without chill filtration or added color.

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