• The end costs are considerably higher than the starting ones.
    Previous info has hinted a £4,000 cask would end up costing about £10,000 once VAT, Excise, bottling, labelling, transportation, etc. has been considered.
    So, £85 will not get you 9 bottles of Coal Ila (in 10+ years time)
    That £85 will probably be £300, and the per bottle price closer to £35.

    We would probably need to form a formal whisky society/ club and some sort of legal agreement regarding the shares, plus have some sort of chair to oversee it all, act on our behalf, that sort of jazz.

  • We would probably need to form a formal whisky society/ club and some sort of legal agreement regarding the shares, plus have some sort of chair to oversee it all, act on our behalf, that sort of jazz.

    This is what I thought. It's dead cool, and it is quite tempting, but as you say - not quite £9/bottle!

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