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most important point in this kind of investment:
invest in things you like and love ! Don't invest in Caronis or any other rum if you don't love them. You have to take care for them longer then for your kids or as a marriage holds. And anyway, you never know is someone willing to pay the price in 30-50 years. So, then you will be lucky to have nice stuff you love to drink.
As vomi says, try to buy always the whole series.
It's like kudzey says, in this time range every rum getting worthy. Think about, a rum is getting for example 10x the price in this time. Who is willing to pay 10'000.- for the Caroni you had spent 1000.-. If you buy rum in the price range from 100.- to 200.- so possibility is mor higher to sell them in the future. Yes, you need a lot more of storage space.
Further investments, rum from distilleries you prefer and like. I recommend special edition and vintage bottlings. Also Agricoles from little distilleries could be a win.
Caronis were expensive this time at rumauctioneer.
Small Vijay bottle for >500 pounds, that's crazy.
Ok, the big one was sold for 1200. We'll see some other prices next year. :)
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