Over the past decade whisky has surged 586% in value according to the Knight Frank Rare Whisky Index. Returns on whisky casks specifically have outperformed gold, Bitcoin and the S&P over the past two years.
Here at Tomoka Casks we're passionate about empowering investors to profit from this lucrative sector. Thanks to our insider knowledge and excellent contacts, our whisky experts are able to track down whisky casks and rare bottles with exceptional growth potential. We take care of every step of the investment process so all you need to do is sit back and watch your profits grow.
Fine whisky has enjoyed growth of 562% over the past decade, the largest growth of any alternative asset category, making it an excellent choice for asset diversification. Tomoka Casks offers a complete whisky investment management service. We work with first-time and seasoned investors alike to deliver a personalised investment strategy. Our whisky experts are on hand every step of the way to ensure you enjoy low risk market-beating returns.How to invest
Although it might seem like a romantic notion, owning a cask of whisky is a lucrative alternative investment strategy delivering market-beating returns. The Knight Frank Index Luxury Investment Index 2018 rated whisky the top of its list of assets to invest in with annual returns in the region of 15%. Whisky remains an appreciating asset whilst still in the barrel which means that you can see great returns on even modest casks.
In recent years the market for rare whiskies has boomed. In 2019 the record for a single bottle was broken twice, topping out at £1.5 million for a precious bottle of 1926 Macallan Fine and Rare. At Tomoka Casks our whisky experts help you maximise your returns in this high-growth sector by selecting and sourcing top-performing rare bottles.
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*Annual Growth is worked out using the most comprehensive market data currently available. Past performance is not a definite indicator of future returns.