The only question that remains...
What do you do with the leftovers?
Our selection of spirits is large enough to accommodate any taste, and is ideal for any last-minute gifts if you’re on your way to visit friends across the border. A bottle of whisky to sip with your soon-to-be father-in-law, some quality tequila to take the edge off those shots you’ll do with friends, or some Bacardi to remember that recent trip to the Caribbean are just a few examples of the options you can browse through – all while saving the duty and taxes no one ever wants to pay on alcohol. Our premium brands not only come with great savings – you can try some before you buy them at our tasting bar.
Our Tasting Bar is stocked with Premium Spirits you can try before you buy. So if you’ve always wanted to try an aged Whisky, some Cognac, a premium Rum, Vodka or Tequila, here’s your chance.
Planning a trip and want to see if we have what you’re looking for? Please fill out this form and we’ll be in touch within 48 hours.
You can expect to save up to 40% compared to LCBO prices and up to 30% compared to New York State Liquor Prices
1. Why do you sell so many 2 and 3 packs of liquor?
- This is for the convenience of our Customers, who came to purchase multiple bottles of liquor. That’s true whether you’re splitting the bottles amongst travellers in your vehicle or purchasing multiple bottles for your personal consumption (and paying applicable duties) – see Allowances.
2. When I stop at the Canadian Duty Free Store before entering the U.S., can I purchase more than I plan to consume in the U.S.?
- Each traveller (aged 21 and over) has a Duty Free Allowance of 1L entering the U.S. You are permitted however, to purchase additional bottles. They will just be subject to a small duty of about $2 to $3 per bottle.
3. What duties and taxes will I have to pay if I want to bring more bottles than my personal exemption?
- Entering the U.S. you can expect to pay nominal duties and taxes if at all.
- Entering Canada you will be required to pay significant duties and taxes which will result in a higher cost for a bottle of liquor than you would pay at the LCBO.
4. Does wine count as a spirit?
- Our Duty Free Allowance is for two 750ml bottles (or 1.5L) of wine and additional bottles can be purchased which would be subject to minimal duties and taxes. Duties are calculated by alcohol content and since beer, wine and coolers have a low percentage of alcohol, the applicable duties are small.
- Canadian cross-border shopping scenarios
- Read our full list of FAQs
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*Product/Brand availability subject to change without notice. For more information please call or email us.
* Prices are based on 1L bottles and are subject to change without notice.
Duty Free Allowances