Taste. Craft. Heritage.

Single malt Scotch whisky is more than a drink. It stands for heritage, scarcity and unique moments with loved ones. The bouquet and taste convey you to the rugged landscape of Scotland, where craft and honest work are still paramount.

World heritage

Rich history, rich future

An investment in whisky is an investment in the future, not only for yourself but also as part of the world’s heritage. Scotland’s six whisky regions (the Highlands, Lowlands, Speyside, Islay, Campbeltown and Islands) are currently being considered for the status of UNESCO world heritage, an extraordinary opportunity to protect the craft of this much-appreciated drink for future generations. So when you invest in whisky, you are also helping to preserve this magnificent heritage.

From Islay to the Highlands


When you think of whisky, you think of Scotland. The world-renowned drink is a perfect blend of the country’s rugged terrain and the hearty character of its inhabitants. And do you know what makes Scotch whisky so unique? Water, craft and devotion. The Scottish Highlands have the purest water in the world, which is very appropriate, given that the word whisky comes from uisge beatha, meaning ‘water of life’. The Scots have refined their craft over as many as five centuries and their pride and devotion can be tasted in every drop of this liquid gold.

Sobering facts

The casks in which the whiskies mature account for 75% of their taste.

Timeless character

Taste the history

Single malt Scotch whisky is an extraordinary product with a great deal of depth and an incredibly broad spectrum of tastes and fragrances. No whisky is the same. From the mild, gentle Balvenie to the strong, smoky Bowmore, there is something for everyone. Moreover, every bottle is unique, which makes opening it a special moment.

Only about 12% of Scotch whiskies are bottled as single malt, with the result that the latter is extremely scarce. Unlike blended whiskies, a single malt whisky originates in a single distillery, which has often developed its vision and craftsmanship over centuries. The result is a product of an almost unparalleled quality, which is why Scotch single malt is known throughout the world as the ‘king of whiskies’.

To ensure single malt retains its unique character, there are various rules and processes in place.

Strict regulation

No other beverage in the world is as strictly regulated as single malt Scotch whisky. The production regulations are set out in British and EU legislation. They help to guarantee the craft and authentic nature of this internationally appreciated drink and prevent it from being counterfeited.

The appropriate maturation time

Single malt Scotch whisky may only be made from malted barley and must have matured in oaken casks for at least three years. Yet patience is a virtue: the longer whisky matures, the stronger and richer its taste. Every whisky has its own ‘magic number’, which is responsible for its characteristic taste.

Finishing touch

Young whiskies are usually allowed to mature in reused casks in which sherry or bourbon has been kept, for example. The type of wood also influences the taste. For example, reused casks may produce notes of honey, spices or vanilla. As a result, every whisky has a unique taste.

An ancient craft

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of whisky

Every whisky lover will tell you that whisky is something you have to learn to drink. You need time to learn how to appreciate its subtle undertones. To many, whisky is a lifelong passion, with numerous ever fascinating aspects: rare expressions, the influences of the cask and the weather, the art of the craft and whisky trade itself. In our Investment Journals, which you will receive twice a year in your capacity as an investor, we share much more about the fascinating world of whisky.

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