Why Us?
  • Whisky is currently appreciating anywhere from 15-25% annually worldwide.
  • Purchase your own barrel of whisky and let us do the hard work! We’ll top up your barrel with the same vintage and store it for 3-5 years!
  • We have a variety of barrels to choose from: US Oak, French Oak, Used Barrels and New Barrels
  • Ask us about all the fun ways you can customize your whisky! We’re leaders in personalization and can provide you with options that are not being offered anywhere else!
  • Enjoy a really neat distillery setting with the option of burning your name into the lid so it can be seen from the side during storage.
  • Each barrel will have a log book for when it was barreled, topped up, rotated etc.

Whisky & Wealth

Enjoy the luxury and wealth of owning your own barrels.

Invest in Whisky

Ownership

A chance to own 100% of your own whisky barrel.

Appreciation

Have an investment that will appreciate in value and can be sold in the future.

Syndication

Join a syndicate of others investors that will purchase barrels to sell and profit from in the future.

Branding

A unique opportunity to brand your oak barrel and bottles with your own branding.

Personal Gifts

Consider gifting a barrel! Celebrate your child’s wedding by opening your own brewed, 25 year old Whiskey!

Pricing Information

Fun Fact

Whiskey or Whisky?

There are two ways people traditionally spell Whisky! Whiskey and Whisky. We did some research to see if the spelling is regional difference between US and Canada and it turns out the problem did not even originate in North America but comes from the transliteration of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic roots. The Scots spell it whisky and the Irish spell it whiskey, with an extra ‘e’. This difference in the spelling comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. Whiskey with the extra ‘e’ is also used when referring to American whiskies. This ‘e’ was taken to the United States by the Irish immigrants in the 1700s and has been used ever since. Scotland, Ireland and America all have a rich heritage in the whisky industry.

Contact Us

Contact us for further information including pricing.

250-212-8602

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