Baltic Whisky Bank
The whiskey you purchase at Distillers.lt is safely stored in excise and insured warehouses until you decide to sell your property to other buyers, distilleries or bottled for retail sales, creating your own brand.
How do we work with you
- You’re negotiating a purchase price for a large amount of fresh alcohol from the distillery.
- The distillery receives the funds it needs to work.
- Our profit is added to this cost.
- The produced alcohols are stored in oak barrels at the excise warehouse. The barrels are fully insured against fire, theft, accidental or intentional damage for 5 years.
- You get money for selling alcohol lots without having any credit obligations and without losing anything on interest payments.
The malt spirit is distilled using modern equipment and stored in barrels to mature the whiskey. Thus, in Distillers.lt we produce premium whiskey. When the product is resold, its value increases.
We will organize the storage of whiskey in oak barrels with maintenance and insurance for 5 years in an excise warehouse for you.
Work with investors
Each barrel of whiskey will cost you between 2,000 and 3,000 euros. This price includes a handmade barrel, about 225 litres of whiskey inside, storage and 5 years of insurance. The ownership of this whiskey is registered in your name. From now on, it becomes your asset. You can sell it at any time - the whole barrel at once or bottling whiskey.
Where to sell your whiskey.
The top-5 markets
- USA: €1069 million.
- France: €432 million.
- Singapore: €300 million
- Taiwan: €205 million
- Germany: €184 million
4 ways to exit an investment project
- Sell your volume to an existing whiskey brand
- Sell to other investors or collectors
- Sell your volume of whiskey at auction
- Sell your volume of whiskey for private bottling
Question 1. Where is the barrel and if I can visit the storage place?
The barrel will be kept at the manufacturer's excise warehouse in Lithuania.
Some distilleries keep casks, but space is often limited, and most casks are stored in larger warehouses outside the distilleries. Some industries do not allow visits to the distillery, while others allow visits by appointment.
Question 2. How are storage and insurance carried out?
Each warehouse in Lithuania works differently. Our company Baltic Whisky Bank simplifies administration - we store your barrels free of charge for three years after purchase, and then we charge a small annual fee to cover the costs.
Question 3. Can I get samples?
Our barrels sell quickly, so it is not always possible to get samples for potential buyers. But after purchase, we can send you samples for a small fee, depending on the barrel’s storage location. Many warehouses have strict rules on storage and access to barrels, which can slow down the shipment of samples. You might have to wait several weeks for the sample to be received.
Question 4. How difficult is the purchase process?
We try to make the buying process as easy as possible. Our sales representative will be in touch with you by phone or email throughout the investment journey. And if you visit Vilnius, be sure to come to our office.
Question 5. How can I make the payment?
We accept bank transfers (local and international).
Question 6. Do you have international shipping?
By law, maturing barrels must remain in Lithuania and cannot be sent abroad. Once the whisky is bottled, we can ship it anywhere in the world. Shipping prices vary by country. The customer pays for bottle packaging, design, and labelling, as well as shipping costs and local taxes and tariffs.
Question 7. What is the “age” rate for whisky barrels?
Sherry and bourbon - 0 years old, 10 years old, 20 years old, 30 years old.
All barreled whisky goes up in price, but this may differ from one barrel to another.
Question 8. What then?
Then you decide the destiny of your barrel.