As the delivery involves alcohol, you, or your authorized recipient, must be at least 18 years old and able to present identification. If no one over 18 years is present, delivery will be postponed to another time.
- We are always available for your orders same day delivery
- Overseas deliveries require a lead-time of 2-5 working days for all orders. If you have not received your goods within 10 days please contact us immediately.
- We can arrange for packages to be insured at extra cost – please contact us for a quotation.
- We require someone of legal age under local licensing laws to be present at the delivery address to sign for acceptance of the goods. Goods are dispatched by a third party courier and their terms and conditions apply.
- Bourbon Vendor will have paid the full amount of US Excise Duty on all goods shipped to international markets. The customer is wholly responsible for any and all local customs and import duties and taxes attaching to the goods shipped. The customer warrants and represents to The Whisky Shop that there are no import restrictions applying to our goods and that all such goods shipped to the customer are being legally imported to the customer’s local market, tax and duty paid. The customer shall indemnify Bourbon Vendor from and against the costs of any claim against Bourbon Vendor arising from a breach of the customer’s warranty as stated above.
- Bourbon Vendor, where appropriate, will complete a customs declaration form declaring ‘Specialist Malt Whisky, No Commercial Value’ and stating replacement value. Prices shown are inclusive of VAT at 20%, which may be deducted for non-US states. However, customers may be liable for taxes/duties in their own countries.
For all territories out of USA, including those in Europe, please note: your order could be subject to local sales taxes and duties upon arrival in the destination country. All additional charges are the responsibility of the recipient. As customs policies vary widely from country to country, Bourbon Vendor has no control over these charges, so you should contact your local customs office for further information. If you refuse to pay any import duties and taxes, this could result in the goods being destroyed by customs or being returned back to us – any refund offered would include a deduction of our costs.