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MARKET ANALYSIS

Kavalan on Whiskystats

31. October 2019 | 395 Views

We finally bring light to another dark spot on the secondary whisky market map as we start tracking prices for Kavalan too. However, it seems like this asian distillery struggles to gain the full attention of the whisky collectors around the world. 


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The Whiskystats Price Update for September 2019

19. October 2019 | 929 Views

All of our major indices lost ground in the September round of auction although Hanyu, Yamazaki and Macallan realized gains. We also identified some inefficiencies of the secondary whisky market. Here is the price update for September 2019! 


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Feis Ile Bottlings by September 2019

27. September 2019 | 603 Views

In this article we want to have a look at the annual Feis Ile bottlings in detail. The most expensive releases traded for more than five thousand Euros. Bunnahabhain accounts for the highest number festival editions we track in our database. 


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The Whiskystats Price Update for August 2019

13. September 2019 | 861 Views

The Ichiro´s Malt Card series is flying high and lifts Hanyu to the top of our distillery ranking. Our major market indices bounce back after their July peak and some Moon-Import bottlings realize impressive value gains too. Here is the price update for August 2019! 


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Stay connected to Whiskystats

9. September 2019 | 323 Views

As the whisky market is ever-changing, staying up-to-date can be a challenging task. For this reason, we now rebooted our social media channels. In regular postings, we inform you about interesting shop offers, recent trades and of course the latest market movements! 


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The Whiskystats Price Update for July 2019

19. August 2019 | 1.2K Views

Our Whiskystats Whisky Index reaches another all-time peak yet again. The Feis Ile 2019 releases are hitting the market while Speyside is closing the gap to Islay. Meanwhile, a Japanese blend is the most traded whisky of the month!