The status quo of 25% tariffs on single malt scotch and Northern Irish whiskeys is still bad news.
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The Washington, D.C.-based bourbon maker claims copyright infringement over the scotch brand’s Magnus whisky.
Single malt fans in the U.S. could face higher prices, fewer choices—or both. Scotch makers, importers, and retailers told Whisky Advocate how the 25% tariffs are affecting them.