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.
The October 24 event was the auction house’s highest-value sale ever, and yielded a new top price for Macallan 1926.
Single malt scotch and some Irish whiskey drinkers in the U.S. could see availability fall, and shelf prices rise.
The Whisky Sale on October 9 includes a large number of lots that failed to sell at Bonhams’ June auction.
George T. Stagg, William Larue Weller, and Eagle Rare 17—plus the two Sazerac ryes—are coming out soon.