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Sell your whisky with us

Looking to sell part (or all) of your whisky collection? Maybe you are looking to free up some cash for your next Whisky purchase, or perhaps you have inherited a collection from a relative (lucky you). Our team of whisky experts can help you from start to finish.

We will sell your bottle at market value as long as we feel it is of an excellent condition which means you do not have to go to auctions and take a lesser amount. We then transfer funds to you minus our modest commission. It really is that easy. 

Selling Enquiry Form

The Process

Get in touch

Contact us with some information about your bottle(s), providing as much detail as you can. We’ll assess your item(s) and let you know if they are suited to sell through our London store & website.

Send your item(s)

You can send your items directly to us or deliver in person to our shops in either St Albans or London. 

Shop sale & offer to investors

We will list your Whisky for sale on our Tomoka Fine & Rare website as well as private portfolio which is sent to our large list of private investors & collectors who may want add your Whisky to their collection. The whisky will be displayed at our Flagship London store at the Royal Exchange which offers the best exposure to High Wealth individuals on a daily basis. Our website will let you track all the items you are selling with us.

Payment

Once your bottle has sold we’ll credit the proceeds of the sale (minus commission) to your virtual wallet. You can then withdraw the funds to your preferred account or use them for future purchases.

What we need from you:

Distillery/Brand

This is usually the largest name on the bottle. For independent bottlings, please provide the name of the bottler/series too.

Age/Vintage

The age of a whisky is the age at which it was bottled. The vintage is the year it was distilled and is usually stated on limited edition or single cask expressions.

Volume & Strength

Volume is usually provided in ml, cl, or litres, but older bottles may have fl. oz. Strength is usually measured in ABV or % VOL, but can be in proof too.

Photographs

Pictures of your item can make identifying the bottle much simpler. Please include a good image of the bottle, clearly showing the label and the bottle closure.

Selling Enquiry Form