Third of Estonia’s Alcohol Sales Attributed to Finnish Tourists

A study by TNS Emor showed that 34 percent of all alcohol sold in Estonia is transported by Finnish tourists across the border, with that figure increasing as Estonians themselves are drinking less, ERR News report.

Four out of five Finns visiting Estonia bring alcohol back to Finland, spending on average 122 euros each, Emor said today.

Excise tax on alcoholic drinks is three to five times higher in Finland.

Source: ERR news.