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Neil Paterson

Co-Owner, Whisky Brother

Topic:

Whisky Investing 101

Abstract

Not all single malt whiskies are created equal, although they all start their journey in the same humble fashion from 3 simple ingredients; water, malted barley and yeast.

With more than 1500 different types all imparting a distinct flavour of their own, which whisky do you buy as an investment and which do you buy to drink?

Speaker Biography

The whisky bug had bitten him at the early age of 16.

Neil and his best buddy would wait for the parents to go to bed and then quietly help themselves to a whisky or 2 from the liquor cabinet.
After years of drinking the entry level stuff, they were lucky enough to be given a bottle of Glenlivet 18 and from that moment on there was no turning back.

After starting a whisky club with another 6 mates, it didn’t take long for them to exhaust the available malts in South Africa.
Soon they were shipping in whisky from all over the UK.

WhiskyBrother came about to allow likeminded whisky lovers to purchase whisky from a local resource and be able to have an open conversation about the product with knowledgeable individuals.

Not all single malt whiskies are created equal, although they all start their journey in the same humble fashion from 3 simple ingredients; water, malted barley and yeast.

 

With more than 1500 different types all imparting a distinct flavour of their own, which whisky do you buy as an investment and which do you buy to drink?
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