Tranches and rewards

Tranches and rewards
Community Shares Scotland
05.05.16

 

 

Invest £250 – £749
Postcode restriction to IV postcodes in Scotland.
1 bottle Gin now, T-Shirt and bottle Whisky in year 3.

 

Invest £750 – £2,499
2 Gin now or 2 Inaugural Whisky between Burns Day 2020 and St Andrews day 2020, T-Shirt now and private distillery tour for 2 in 2018.

 

Invest £2,500 – £4,499
6 Gin now or 6 Inaugural Whisky between 25/1/20 and 30/11/20, 2 T-Shirts now and shared distillery tour in 2018 plus tour for 2 including 20 minute helicopter whisky history tour in 2017 flown from Dalcross Airport, Inverness, by The Flying Farmer.
 
Invest £4,500 – £7,499
One 64l “first fill” sherry cask filled with 64l New Make spirit at circa 63% abv (please see terms and conditions on our website). Plus 6 Gin now, 2 T-Shirts now and shared distillery tour in 2018 plus tour for 2 including 20 minute helicopter whisky history tour in 2017 flown from Dalcross Airport by The Flying Farmer.

 

Invest £7,500 – £14,999
One 128l or two 64l “first fill” sherry cask filled with New Make spirit at circa 63% abv (please see terms and conditions on our website). Case of Gin now, 2 T-shirts now and private tour for 4 in 2018 plus tasting masterclass at distillery and 30 minute shared helicopter whisky history tour for 2 in 2017 flown from Dalcross Airport by The Flying Farmer.

 

Invest £15,000 – £49,999
Fill Hogshead Cask personally in 2017 and add your name on wall or roof of distillery plus case of Gin now and bottle of Whisky every Burns Day till year 10 including New Make spirit. A private extended 30-minute helicopter whisky history tour for 4 flown from Dalcross Airport by The Flying Farmer plus a private tour and tasting master class for 4 in 2018.

 

 

Invest £50,000 – £100,000
Investments will be considered by application only and bespoke packages similar to above can be arranged

 

Casks are sold to you and become yours on successful application for shares. Detailed terms and conditions of your cask ownership are available on our website www.glenwyvis.com/. These include that UK Duty and VAT may be payable after bottling; that you are a private individual purchasing for private consumption or gifting and that you many not sell on or trade for profit, the bottled whisky. A 64l cask will produce around 100 bottles of whisky at 46% abv. Assuming a bottling cost of £5 per bottle and VAT and duty at current rates, each bottle would cost you £20.
 
Tax Relief We have applied for advance assurance from HM Revenues and Customs (HMRC) that the shares in GlenWyvis Distillery are eligible for tax relief under the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) – these are Government-backed schemes designed to encourage investment in smaller companies. If you are a UK tax payer, investors in GlenWyvis Distillery can apply for income tax relief after the start of trading.

 

GlenWyvis Distillery (Dingwall) Limited has been established as Co-operative and Community Benefit Society with the specific purpose of owning and operating a community-owned whisky distillery and visitor centre in Dingwall to benefit the community of Dingwall.

 

Whisky Stills will be supplied by the prestigious company, Forsyth of Rothes, and will be delivered in September 2016.

 

Green credentials: GlenWyvis Distillery will run entirely on energy produced using the renewable technologies – hydro, wind and solar already used on the farm. An advanced heating system will be powered by biomass and solar thermal and water from both the Skiach River and Tulloch Spring will be used to make the whisky with a borehole being used to supply the process water required.

 

Photograph: Left to right/Richard Lockett; Stuart Nickerson; John Fraser McKenzie; James Cameron; William Reynolds

 

VisitScotland Visitor Research – VisitScotland visitor research has revealed that the one thing that makes Scotland different to any other destination is its ability to ‘stir your soul’. Through an ambitious new global Spirit of Scotland campaign and #ScotSpirit social movement, VisitScotland is working to raise the profile of Scotland to unprecedented levels as a place to visit, invest and live.