The Whisky Cask Company connects passionate collectors with a product of the highest integrity.
It has always been possible to achieve good returns from Scotch whisky, but now individuals can benefit thanks to our platform which links distilleries, brands, brokers, and private investors.
The Whisky Cask Company sources and supplies Scotch Whisky from a wide range of locations throughout Scotland. We hold some casks for use on our own and our partners' brands.
The Whisky Cask Company buys Scotch from distilleries based around the five whisky-making regions of Scotland — Speyside, Highlands, Lowlands, Islay, and Campbeltown.
Our board of directors comprises Ross Archer and Alexander Johnson, with expert advice from our non-executive director renowned whisky expert David Harvey.
The Whisky Cask Company sources and supplies Scotch Whisky from a wide range of locations throughout Scotland. We offer a broad range of new make products, all housed in high-quality French oak casks.
Keep up to date with the latest news and opportunities in the whisky industry.
21st June 2019
Scotch whisky tourism has hit an all-time high as distilleries welcomed over two million visits from tourists for the first time. ‘Growing curiosity’ about Scotch whisky, combined with a general growth in Scottish tourism, led to 2.05m visits to distilleries in 2018 – an increase of 6.1% on the previous year. An additional 115,000 visits were made to Scotch distilleries during the year, with tourists spending an extra £7.43m compared to 2017.
17th June 2019
Following a public consultation conducted by the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), the rules that govern Scotch whisky have been amended to allow a greater range of casks for maturation in a move designed to create more “flexibility”.
12th June 2019
British drinkers’ interest in single malt Scotch and American whiskey is expected to drive whisky sales to £2.44 billion in the next three years. In 2018, British consumers purchased 89.2 million bottles of whisky. It’s now predicted that figure will increase by 2.4m bottles by 2022, as blended whisky drinkers continue to ‘trade up’ to single malts and explore more premium American whiskeys.
11th June 2019
With whisky tourism at an all-time high, Scotland’s distilleries are banding together to create dram-packed regional itineraries for the curious tourist. Kirsten Amor explores why this community spirit is good news for both the industry and whisky lovers alike.
13th May 2019
A one of a kind bottle of Dalmore Scotch whisky, Dalmore ‘L’Anima’, has been sold at auction for £108,900. Sold by Sotheby’s in London earlier this month, the bottle was a one-off produced by The Dalmore and Massimo Bottura, the chef-patron of Osteria Francescana, which has twice been voted the world’s best restaurant.
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