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The Whiskystats Annual Report of 2017 (II/II)

30. March 2018 | 1.5K Views

Macallan dominated the whisky auction year of 2017 in every aspect. Highland Park became the third most traded single malt distillery. Prices for japanese single malts stabilized again. This is the second part of our annual report for 2017 


MARKET ANALYSIS

The Whiskystats Annual Report of 2017 (I/II)

2. March 2018 | 1.5K Views

Yet another year went by and hence it is time for an updated annual Whisksystats report. The whisky auction year of 2017 again broke many records which means there is plenty of data to dive into. This is the first part of our annual report for 2017! 


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Revisited: The Grand Macallan Price Rally

5. January 2018 | 1.7K Views

The Grand Macallan Price Rally dominated the whisky auction market in 2016. Now, with only one round of auctions left which will be assigned to the year of 2017, we conclude that the Macallan price rally did not stop at all but also prevailed in 2017! 


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The Grand Macallan Price Rally of 2016

5. July 2017 | 1.3K Views

We have already mentioned it at several occasions, but now it is time to take a closer look at the tremendous price increases we witnessed for the most traded Macallan single malts. What we call the “Grand Macallan Price Rally” clearly dominated the whisky auction year of 2016!


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The Whiskystats Annual Report of 2016 (II/II)

3. February 2017 | 1.8K Views

In the second part of our 2016 recap we take a look at some major market movements. Japanese whiskies stumbled to some value gain this year, while the price increases of one Speyside distillery top them all. 


MARKET ANALYSIS

The Whiskystats Annual Report of 2016 (I/II)

25. January 2017 | 2.7K Views

The secondary whisky market year of 2016 was record-breaking in many ways. Never before did we observe so many trades. Never before was the volume of cash involved higher. This is the first part of the Whiskystats round-up of the year that was.