Sell Your Cask of Glen Scotia Whisky
Sell Your Cask of Glen Scotia Whisky with Mark Littler
Glen Scotia Cask Values & Valuations
Glen Scotia is one of the last surviving distilleries in Campbeltown. Where there used to be 28 distilleries there are now only 3. This puts Glen Scotia casks in a somewhat privileged position and prices can be very high for the right casks.
There are not many casks of Glen Scotia in private ownership, but there are more than some other distilleries so there is a steady trade.
We specialise in the brokerage of Glen Scotia casks and have buyers all over the world ready to put forward a no-obligation offer.
The most desirable Glen Scotia casks are fresh fill sherry oak casks, however, refill sherry casks are also in demand. Bourbon casks (quite common at Glen Scotia) do not command the same premium as sherry casks but can still sell well.
QUICK GLEN SCOTIA CASK VALUATION
Are you looking for a quick valuation on a cask you own or are looking to sell? Enter your details below and we will provide you with a free open market valuation of your cask.
Independent Whisky Cask Valuations
Sell Your Cask of Glen Scotia Whisky with Mark Littler
We have sold millions of pounds of casks for our customers, consistently achieving the best price for all types of whisky cask. We help you sell your cask for the best price by going direct to our extensive network of buyers.
We pride ourselves on our open and friendly approach to selling a cask of whisky. No question is too small and we are happy to offer complimentary valuations on your cask and expert advice on how to achieve the best price when selling your cask.
At Mark Littler we are committed to providing the foremost independent whisky brokerage service in the UK.
What affects the value of a cask of Glen Scotia whisky?
There are a large number of interlinking factors that impact the final valuation of a cask of whisky. It is a combination of all the following features that can make a cask expensive, or worthless:
Bottles & Mementos From Your Cask
After waiting decades for your cask of Glen Scotia to mature wouldn’t it be nice to keep a bottle or two? That’s what we think too and as long as we know the number of bottles you want to keep (up to 6 is normally fine) we can work that into the negotiations.
We have worked with the award winning designer Tom Niklin to design an incredible label for our clients bottles. Tom has worked with the likes of Johnnie Walker, Singleton, Bulleit, Haig, Royal Lochnagar, Dalwhinnie, Lagavulin and Talisker.
This means that when you get your memento from your cask it will look like any other premium bottle of whisky you would find in a whisky retailer. We also have personalisation labels so you can use your bottles as special gifts.
We worked with the award-winning designer Tom Niklin to design our bespoke labels for our client’s bottles.
How to Sell Your Glen Scotia Cask for the Best Price
We achieve market-beating prices for Glen Scotia casks by finding you the perfect end-user for your cask. We work our networks in Europe, the USA, the Middle East, and Asia to find the person whose requirements perfectly match those of your cask. This means it can take a few weeks for us to get offers for your cask, but as you most likely have waited several decades for the cask to mature we hope you can wait a few more weeks.
The majority of our clients are based in Asia where any form of Single Malt Scotch Whisky is now positioned as one of the most sought-after assets. It is the demand from Asia that has driven record prices for bottles, culminating in the sale of a 1926 bottle of Macallan for £1,500,000 in 2019. As whisky is now seen as a status symbol the ultra wealthy see casks of whisky as the ultimate status symbol.
If you have a cask you would like valued please use the form below or contact Mark Littler direct at: [email protected]
Sell Your Glen Scotia Cask With Mark Littler Ltd.
The process for selling your Glen Scotia cask with Mark Littler Ltd is straightforward, we can offer help and advice at every stage of the journey.
The Cask Selling Process
Please send the details of your Glen Scotia cask to [email protected] alternatively please use the form below.
Once we have the relevant details from your cask we provide an initial valuation, then work with our network of international buyers to negotiate the best offers for your consideration.
If you decide to proceed with the offer we will make sure you understand the process and issue you with a contract. At this stage we can work with you to draw off a number of bottles for personal use.
We manage all transfer paperwork and guide you through the selling process stage by stage. Once the paperwork has been transferred to the new owners we release the funds to you.
QUICK GLEN SCOTIA CASK VALUATION
Are you looking for a quick valuation on a Glen Scotia cask you own or are looking to sell? Enter your details below and we will provide you with a free, no-obligation, open market valuation of your cask.
Glen Scotia Cask Selling FAQ
Why choose Mark Littler to Sell Your Whisky Cask?
At Mark Littler Ltd we sell your Glen Scotia cask to make a profit for you. We are an independent whisky broker and we are different from other cask selling services in that we help you sell your cask direct to the end user, which means we can get you the best price for your cask. Many other cask selling services buy your cask and then resell it themselves, which means it is not in their interest to get you the best price. Our fees are a flat 10% so you know exactly what to expect when you sell your cask through us.
Don’t just take our word for it. Mark Littler Ltd was established in 2016 and we have over 300 five-star reviews on Google, Facebook and Yell from our contented customers. We understand that selling a cask is significant transaction and can offer independent references on demand.
Delivering Profit to Our Customers
Our international network of buyers ensures we can match your cask with the right consumer to get you the best possible price for your whisky cask. Our extensive network of buyers means we consistently deliver offers that are higher than those put forward by distilleries or other brokers. We work on a flat 10% commission rate, no hidden costs, just us ensuring you get the most out of your cask.
Already have an offer on your cask? Our advice is completely free and as part of our drive to increase transparency in the cask industry we would be more than happy for you to get in touch for a no-obligation chat about selling your whisky cask.
Experience Your Cask
As well as ensuring that selling your whisky cask is a straightforward experience, because of our exclusive industry contacts we can offer a series of unique opportunities when you sell your cask with us.
- Keep 1-6 bottles of your cask, at cost
- Have just a portion of your cask bottled
- Get a custom cask head as a memento of your cask
Bottle up to 6 bottles at cost (plus duty, VAT and bottling fees (aprox. £10-£20 per bottle for a bespoke label design), which can be deducted from the final profit from your cask. If you would like to bottle more than 6 bottles we can also arrange part bottling of your cask. If you would like any bottles from your cask please let us know at the start of the process so we can let any potential buyer know.
Independent Glen Scotia Whisky Cask Valuations
In order to provide you with an accurate valuation please provide as much of the below information as you can.
All of our valuations are without obligation. You can also call the Mark Littler direct on 01260 218718
The History of the Glen Scotia Distillery
Founded back in 1832, the Glen Scotia distillery has almost 200 years of heritage behind it and is located in Campbeltown, one of Scotland’s five whisky producing areas. This small town was the whisky capital of the world during the Victorian era and when it was at its height of success during the 1800s the town had no less than 21 different distilleries. Today, there are three distilleries still operating in the town, Glengyle, Springbank and Glen Scotia, and these distilleries are able to give whisky lovers an insight into this once prolific Scottish whisky making region’s history.
When the Glen Scotia distillery was originally founded in 1832 by Stewart and Galbraith And Company it was originally called Scotia. This company were in charge of operations for close to six decades. In 1919, the distillery became one of the West Highland Malt Distilleries’ founding members, bringing together 6 Campbeltown distilleries in an effort to save money and stave off closures. Unfortunately, five out of those six distilleries eventually failed, however just as the future was looking bleak Duncan MacCallum, founder of Glen Nevis purchased the brand in 1924.
Although he closed its doors in 1928, this was only a temporary measure and 1930 saw the distillery reopening once more. Tragically, however, Duncan MacCallum killed himself in the same year after losing his life savings to a scam. The distillery was then purchased by Bloch Bros and Glen was added to its name.This company owned the operation until 1954 when Hiram Walker purchased the estate, but just 12 months later it was then passed on to A Gillies & Co, a blender.
In turn, this became Amalgamated Distilled Products Ltd Scottish arm, supplying bulk and bottled malt under a number of names around the world. Although reconstruction work was carried out during the late 1970s, the Glen Scotia distillery went through a period of closure between 1984 and 1989. It finally reopened under Gibson International’s ownership but in 1994, it was bought by Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd and promptly the distillery was once more mothballed.
Five years of intermittent production followed, and in 1999 it finally returned to full production yet it was not until 2012 that a striking new range was launched. In 2014, the Loch Lomond Group bought the brand and there has been significant investment in the site since that time.Today there are just 7 people working at the distillery making it one of Scotland’s smallest whisky operations. Despite this, its annual production level is approximately 500,000 litres.
Distillery Specific Pages
We can help sell casks from all distilleries, find out more about selling your specific cask of whisky on our specialised distillery pages.