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Investors are being offered the chance to invest in a cask of single malt scotch whisky.

The whisky bonds, offered by Arbikie, a new Scottish distillery, have a £10,000 price tag.

Fine+Rare, a fine wine and spririts broker, which are offering the whiskey casks, one per each £10,000 investment, said it is hoping to attract wealthy investors who have a passion for whisky.

There are two types of cask on offer; ex-bourbon or ex-sherry.

The bonds come with an eight year buy-back guarantee from the distillery.

The worst case scenario, which will remove this guarantee, is that the distillery goes bust.

Jamie Graham, a sales director at Fine+Rare, said: “We are targeting the luxury end of the market and I am confident that we will give investors a good return on their money. But after eight years there is a get out clause and investors can simply sell the cask back to the distillery.”

If the distillery goes bust will you still get the cask?

Edited by interestrateripoff

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If they go bust, even if you get the cask you've probably got to pay the tax man for the duty. Worst case, they go bust and HMRC insist you pay tax on "your" property.


or, you could just get completely w@nkered.

surely if they go bust, you could do what other recivers do and call in your share of the assets at auction prices?

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Any "investment opportunity" that that someone is selling is by definition not a good investment, since if it was they would making the investment themselves rather than trying to sell it to you.

Edited by goldbug9999

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