Iceland to raise its booze customs quota

A new proposal from Iceland’s Finance Minister could make it possible to buy considerably more duty-free beer and wine when arriving in Iceland.

According to Icelandic tourism and travel news website (link in Icelandic), the new system would involve a ‘units system’, with each passenger allowed to buy six units of duty-free alcohol.

Instead of the current strict permissible combinations, arriving passengers will be allowed to mix and match types of alcohol as they please – without exceeding six units in total.

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