The 25% tariffs imposed on spirits such as whisky or champagne in the United States will increase these prices. We propose 5 best spirits to buy now.
The Macallan 12-year Double Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Currently priced at $65, this super premium whiskey, the best-selling one, can be increased to $70 up to $130. This means you can triple your base price.
A luxury champagne for which consumers in the United States have a preference. This champagne has an affordable price of $55, however, it can be increased to $110. Other champagnes worth buying at this time are G.H. Mumm, Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, Bollinger Special Cuvée.
Graham’s 40 years old Porto Tawny
Portuguese products such as Porto, a fortified wine, is highly appreciated, for its exuberant mouthfeel and warm notes of dark fruits, nuts and chocolate. A potential increase of twice the price is foreseen for this type of alcohol. That is, an increase from $180 to $360.
Hennessy XO Cognac
The most popular cognac in the world, and very much loved by Americans. A product that remains at the top of sales with prices generally around $165. In Manhattan, rumors are that bottles could vary in price up to $400 in the coming months. Other cognacs worth buying are D’Ussé XO, Rémy Martin XO Excellence.
Scotch Whisky The Balvenie and Glenfiddich 40 years
Both whiskies are currently available, albeit at a high cost, for a reasonable price. For example, The Balvenie Single Barrel 25-Year-Old Scotch Whisky will vary in price from $800 to $1500, when we can usually find it for $600. The Glenfiddich 40-Year-Old Single Malt Whisky is currently priced at $4,800 (the limited edition). The tariffs will cause an estimated increase of double the price. That is to say, to reach a value of $9000.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.