Port Ellen? Depends on what you’re expecting, eelbrook. They are at the higher end of the price tags already. In 30-40 years you (or your heirs
) might get a very good price for it. But that might be true for a lot of things. Brokerage is and - I’m afraid – will ever be some kind of esoteric business for my kind of naive person. Pity though, but I can’t help - it it’s not my kind of thing.
Although personally I would very much like to taste
a Port Ellen one of these days. Read a lot about it. And there’s quite a hype about Port Ellen nowadays, I understand.
Anyway - I’m more busy investing in experience than in stocking gems for the future to come. But who knows? Maybe in 30-40 years, I will sit down in my monorail-hypermagnetic-wheelchair on Mars, sent out all the busy electronic nannys and doctors and pour a decent dram of 2005 Glenlivet 12 – and I will be really, really happy about this witty investment of mine…