Whether it goes up in value depends on what whisky it is.
A lot of people do not realise that there is two major payouts involved when purchasing a cask of whisky.
First payout is when you initially pay for the cask, the spirit and usually 8 to 10 years of insurance and warehouse rental.
The second major payout is when you decide your cask has reached maturity, you will pay for bottling and labelling, plus a sizeable chunk in Excise Duty. I see you are located in Spain so i would assume there would be sizable transport costs to get the whisky to Spain if that is what you where planning.
I would think that most people would bottle their whisky after 10 years to avoid additional storage and insurance costs. Unless you have a rare, collectable sought after whisky i would say the value of the whisky will not increase by much in the next couple of years.
The advice i usually give to anyone considering buying a cask of whisky is:
A cask is best purchased by a group or family rather than by an individual.
If the only reason you are purchasing a cask is as an investment, then don't purchase one.
One option would be to sell the cask. There are independent bottlers who may buy it from you. When i have more time i will see if i can find some contact details for some who does this.
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