1. Is there a specific type of whiskey that is smart to focus on when I am planning to store it fat least 15 years?
2. Which brands or specific bottles are worth a siza invest long term?
3. So I've understood that old usually means good, considering I'm buying quality brands, would this be the case every time?
but my best advice is to buy the whiskies you like. Taste a lot of whiskies, read and then eventually buy to invest.
1. Avoid any mainstream brands (e.g., Johnnie Walker Red Label, J&B, Jim Beam, Glenmorangie original) and go for good values whisky.
2. Currently, most companies are pricing their limited editions at the collector price (e.g. Highland Park Ice of Fire), so difficult to forecast
3. Your understanding is not correct, thus read and taste many whiskies first. Older is not always better, as old whiskies can be very tannic (see http://whisky-news.com/En/reports/Older_is_better.html).
Taste a lot of whiskies, read and then eventually buy to invest once you gained experience..
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