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tylergallant7 wrote:Has anyone from Canada ordered any whisky from the whisky barrel in the UK? They said they ship to Canada and the US although it wouldn't be guaranteed. Trying to get some bottles that I possibly can't get in Canada. Thanks
Wont you have to pay full taxes/duties etc.? It may not matter anyway as changes are afoot. Any one in the US wanting to make a UK order best hit the websites and phones asap. And i mean ASAP.
http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2013/ ... isky-news/
tylergallant7 wrote:it will effect most companies.
It will effect all UK companies.
Odd that only the US is specified as the CAA is quoted, so it seems that only the UK to US traffic is affected thus far. No one seems to know how long it will take to sort out.
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Ganga wrote:If you do order, could you let us know your success? In part, I'm in the US but I also have several whisky nut friends in the Great White North.
Hey! I'm just a whisky friend, not a nut! You must mean the western Canadian bunch. It will be interesting to see what Revenue Canada does in this.
No alcohol content over 24% on non-freight aircraft flying out of the UK (just to the US?).
So no more duty free sales on flights out of the UK?
This doesn't make sense at all. How long do you think it will take for this to settle down and we figure out just what the regs are?
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