Surge in €10,000-a-barrel sales for Dingle Distillery
After launching six weeks ago, distiller is down to last eight limited edition whiskey barrels that allows people to invest in casks
Dingle Distillery is down to its final eight limited edition whiskey casks after a surge in sales of the special barrels, which cost between €10,000 and €12,000.
The firm launched its Descendants cask programme six weeks ago. The initiative allows people to invest in a whiskey cask and choose how long their personalised whiskey would mature in the barrel.
Each buyer receives a certificate of ownership, insurance, annual deliveries of the latest single malt release...
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