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Iceland stopover & paying duty on alcohol

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We've done the stopover in Iceland on our way to Europe before, but on this trip we've decided to do a 3 day stopover in Iceland on the way home instead, which means we will have all our Europe purchases with us when we arrive in Iceland.

Does anyone know what the fees will be for arriving with whisky in excess of the duty-free 1 liter?

We're happy to pay whatever taxes they need us to pay, but I'm very anxious to know in advances what an approximate charge would be for taxes on three 1-liter bottles of whisky, for example.

I've emailed Keflavik customs but haven't had a response yet.

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