Typically, when people think of investing, the first thing that comes to mind is investing in stock, bonds and maybe gold. However, investing in tangible assets like art, real estate and even some unique options like handbags and alcohol can prove to be quite lucrative. So let’s say you aren’t really an art connoisseur, nor do you want to invest in handbags, and you don’t have enough liquidity to purchase an investment property. However, you’ve always enjoyed a good whiskey or a glass of wine. In this case, investing in alcohol could be a fairly interesting alternative. Below, we break down what potential whiskey and wine investors should know about investing in alcohol. Investing in Whiskey If whiskey is your drink of choice, then you can consider investing in a distillery or investing in a bottle of rare whiskey. To invest in a distillery, you will need to find a