Friday November 22, 2019

Whiskey fund aims to create liquid gold assets

The investment comes with returns of 12 to 20 per cent a year

3rd November, 2019

A taster examines the colour of whiskey in a glass at a distillery

Jay Bradley launched Whiskey & Wealth Club last year with a simple goal: help investors buy cask whiskey and then watch their assets mature.

The alternative investment company connects clients with distilleries in Ireland and Scotland. It buys new-make spirit - a clear, highly alcoholic spirit - at wholesale prices on behalf of investors and leaves it to mature in casks where it becomes the golden liquid we would recognise as whiskey. Investors with Bradley’s...

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