Follow the threads to know about the price of whisky in different cities or help our community members by mentioning the last price you bought your whisky at, along with the name of your city.

 

  1. Lagavulin islay Jazz Festival 2016 

This one is probably quite collectable. And it won't matter whether you like jazz or not. You just need to like Lagavulin.  Price: Rs. 30,386

  1. Adnams Single Malt   Since 2010,

English brewer, Adnams have been distilling spirit for whisky. When the batches are released they sell very fast so get it while you can!   Price: Rs. 4233

 

  1. Baron de Sigognac 1987

If you're a whisky drinker who hasn't investigated Armagnac it's about time you did. With whisky prices on the increase it's hard to find decent aged whisky at sensible prices. This Baron de Sigognac.Price: Rs. 6257

 

  1. anCnoc Stack

anCnoc isn't a distillery that's normally associated with peated whisky. This edition has plenty of the anCnoc fruited character with the addition of 20ppm peat! Matured in bourbon barrels.               Price: Rs. 5349

 

 

  1. Arran 19 Year Old 1996

A single cask bottling of Arran malt by the chaps at Master of Malt. Distilled in 1996 this 20 year old from a bourbon hogshead was bottled in 2016.  Price: Rs 8120

 

 I say a glass of good whiskey is priceless. Still, in Pune, as all over the globe, the rarer the malt, the steeper the price one has to pay. What with the high taxes levied by the Maharashtra Government, a bottle of Blender’s Pride, the entry level among the smoother blends, costs nearly a thousand rupees. The domestic spectrum starts from the elementary names such as Officers Choice and Imperial Blue which come for as low as four hundred. In good shops, it is possible to find Single Malts of the likes of Glenfiddich for over 5.5K. Bourbons like Jack Daniels come at around 4.5K. Johnny Walker range starts from 2.5K for the red and goes till 25K for the blue. Rare collectibles such as Blue Label King George Edition, or Jack Daniels Sinatra Select can also be found for prices as high as 75K and 35K respectively at the right shop.

Ideally, the price of whiskey depends on the quality if the spirit. The better the quality, the steeper the price range. The price of whisky in my city depends on the scarcity of the brands. Whisky, as we all know, is known to be the king of all drinks and it is everyone’s favorite. So, here the pricesof whiskeys keep on fluctuating. A lot also depends upon whether the whiskey is domestically produced or whether it has been imported from other countries, the latter obviously being very highly priced.

The Indian brands like Paul John and Amrut are also taking part in competition as being the best whisky. Well, if you are searching for the best budget whiskey in Delhi, given below is the list that you can refer to. I, myself, resort to these brands when I am tight on the pocket and am awaiting my salary but feel the need to relax myself with a glass of whiskey.

Blender's Pride- 700 INR

Antiquity Blue-820 INR

Blender's Pride Deluxe- 850 INR

Black and White- 1100 INR

Vat 69- 1200 INR

Black Dog Reserve- 1800 INR

Teacher's Highland- 1950 INR

Choose the one that fits your budget and feel your worries just melt away!

I am currently residing in Bangalore and the present prices of whisky here is nothing short of scary!

I would not want to get into an argument of whether GST impacts prices or sales margins drastically or not. Rather I’ll just give you an approximate value of how much some popular brands of whisky cost in my city.

Starting with the popular 8pm, a bottle of 750 ml will cost you roughly INR 284. 

For a bottle of Antiquity blue ultra premium whiskey (750 ml) you will have to shell out INR 1415, and a good sum of INR 1026 for the brand’s rare premium of the same quantity. You can buy a 100 ml bottle of McDowell’s No.1 if you take out an extra 200 rupees though!

A premium whisky like Amrut Fusion single malt can cost you up to INR 3635 for a 750 ml bottle, while a Black Dog Deluxe gold 12YO can cost up to INR 1539.

I have always felt that things are far too expensive in Bangalore than in other big cities. Maybe the same holds true for hard liquor as well

I am currently residing in Bangalore and the present prices of whisky here is nothing short of scary!

I would not want to get into an argument of whether GST impacts prices or sales margins drastically or not. Rather I’ll just give you an approximate value of how much some popular brands of whisky cost in my city.

Starting with the popular 8pm, a bottle of 750 ml will cost you roughly INR 284. 

For a bottle of Antiquity blue ultra premium whiskey (750 ml) you will have to shell out INR 1415, and a good sum of INR 1026 for the brand’s rare premium of the same quantity. You can buy a 100 ml bottle of McDowell’s No.1 if you take out an extra 200 rupees though!

A premium whisky like Amrut Fusion single malt can cost you up to INR 3635 for a 750 ml bottle, while a Black Dog Deluxe gold 12YO can cost up to INR 1539.

I have always felt that things are far too expensive in Bangalore than in other big cities. Maybe the same holds true for hard liquor as well!

Bihar has been declared as a dry state since last two years. Normally to have drink at leisure, we travel to Ranchi. I am providing prices in Ranchi because that is place we travel mostly for our drinking fulfilments;

 

OFFICER'S CHOICE BLUE SUPERIOR (750ml) costs me INR 381/-

TEACHERS 50 BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY (750ml) costs me INR 1571/-

TEACHERS HIGHLAND CREAM BLENDED SCOTCH (750ml) costs me INR 1072/-

TEACHERS ORIGIN BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY (750ml) costs me INR 1940/-

BLACK & WHITE BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY costs me INR 1191/-

ROWSONS RESERVE RARE PREMIUM WHISKY costs me INR 606/-

VAT 69 BLACK BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY costs me INR 1692/-

ARISTOCRAT OLD RESERVE DELUXE WHISKY costs INR 313/-

RED KNIGHT FINEST BLENDED MALT WHISKY INR 416/-

PETER SCOT MALT WHISKY INR 603/-

DIPLOMAT DELUXE WHISKY INR 305/-

SEAGRAM'S 100 PIPERS BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY INR 1572/-

SEAGRAMS BLENDERS PRIDE RARE PREMIUM INR 652/-

SEAGRAMS IMPERIAL BLUE FINEST GRAIN WHISKY INR 392/-

SEAGRAMS ROYAL STAGE BARREL SELECT WHISKY INR 553/-

AFTER DARK PREMIUM GRAIN WHISKY INR 513/-

BLACK DOG DELUXE AGED 12 YEARS SCOTCH INR 1572/-

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The prices here in Jaipur are crazy. Considering Jaipur is a tourist place, the government should consider lowering the prices a bit as is the case with Goa and Puducherry. Liquor pricing matters a lot when it comes to tourism. The prices are in Indian Rupees

100 Pipers Blended Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years. 750 ml 1962

100 Pipers Deluxe Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1445

8 Pm Classic Whisky 750 ml 296

Antiquity Blue Ultra Platinum Whisky 750 ml 760

Bagpiper Classic Whisky 750 ml 310

Ballantine S Aged 12 Years Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 4178

Ballantines Finest Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1842

Black Dog Centenary Black Reserve Aged And Rare Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1445

Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1979

Blenders Pride Reserve Collection Whisky 750 ml 929

I come from Delhi and liquor is expensive in the national capital compared to any other Union territory in the country and that’s a piece of information I have never liked. Considering this is the national capital and the tourist base is so strong, the government should look into reducing the prices in the capital.

These are the prices for commonly bought whisky in Indian Rupees and for volumes of 750 ml. You can standardly reduce the price to half for a half and 1/4th for a quarter

100 Pipers 12 Years old - Rs 1700

100 Pipers - Rs 1020

Antiquity Blue - Rs 680

Aristocrat - Rs 170

Bagpiper - Rs 220

Black Dog 12 Years old - Rs 1710

Black Dog Centenary - Rs 1220

Blenders Pride - Rs 610

Peter Scot - Rs 610

Royal Challenge - Rs 420

Royal Stag - Rs 350

Teacher’s 50 - Rs 1610

I know I may have missed out on some brands which are favourites for many other people. I apologise for not noticing those names.

The prices here in Jaipur are crazy. Considering Jaipur is a tourist place, the government

should consider lowering the prices a bit as is the case with Goa and Puducherry. Liquor

pricing matters a lot when it comes to tourism. The prices are in Indian Rupees

100 Pipers Blended Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years. 750 ml 1962

100 Pipers Deluxe Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1445

8 Pm Classic Whisky 750 ml 296

Antiquity Blue Ultra Platinum Whisky 750 ml 760

Bagpiper Classic Whisky 750 ml 310

Ballantine S Aged 12 Years Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 4178

Ballantines Finest Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1842

Black Dog Centenary Black Reserve Aged And Rare Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1445

Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky 750 ml 1979

Blenders Pride Reserve Collection Whisky 750 ml 929

Liquor in the Indian Capital city of Delhi is not at cheap as going to a Union Territory such as
Chandigarh or Goa but for those who are visiting Delhi and don’t want to be ripped off always
remember as a rule, each liquor shop is supposed to display the price list of the liquor being sold
in the shop.
Here is the price of some of the more common brands consumed across age groups. All of these
are 750ml prices in Indian Rupees
100 Piper Blend.S. Whisky 12yo – INR 1950
Antiquity Blue Ultra Premium Whisky – INR 900
Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve Celebration Edition Blended Scotch Whisky – INR 2150
Black Dog Centenary Deluxe Aged And Rare Black Reserve Scotch Whisky – INR 1400
Blender’s Pride – INR 750
Jim Beam – INR 1750
Mc Dowell’s No. 1 – INR 340
Peter Scot – INR 750
Royal Challenge – INR 450
Royal Stag Barrel Select – INR 500
Royal Stag Reserve – INR 400
Teacher’s 50 – INR 1980
Teachers Highland Cream – INR 1320

Now I come from Lucknow, which is one of the more forward looking cities in Uttar Pradesh

but still lacks many English wine shops compared to other cities its size and also lacks good

pubs and bars which ideally should be found in a city famous for its eateries.

Liquor is expensive in Lucknow and following are the prices of common whisky. Use this

friendly tip when buying liquor at any shop in the country: all the liquor shops are required to

display the government’s rate list of liquor sold at English wine shops. Please note that all of

these prices are for 750 ml bottles. The price written against each brand name is in Indian

Rupees.

Bagpiper – Rs 410

 

McDowell's Green Label - Rs 420

McDowell's No.1 – Rs 530

Royal Challenge Classic Premium Whisky – Rs 595

Signature Rare Aged Whisky – Rs 715

Antiquity Blue – Rs 840

Seagram's 100 Pipers – Rs 770

Royal Stag – Rs 595

Blenders Pride – Rs 770

Black Dog Centenary Black – Rs 1570

Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve – Rs 2085

Vat69 – Rs 1500

Vat69 Black – Rs 2345

 

I am currently residing in Bangalore and the present prices of whisky

here is nothing short of scary!

I would not want to get into an argument of whether GST impacts

prices or sales margins drastically or not. Rather I’ll just give you an

approximate value of how much some popular brands of whisky cost in

my city.

Starting with the popular 8pm, a bottle of 750 ml will cost you roughly

INR 284.

For a bottle of Antiquity blue ultra premium whiskey (750 ml) you will

have to shell out INR 1415, and a good sum of INR 1026 for the

brand’s rare premium of the same quantity. You can buy a 100 ml

bottle of McDowell’s No.1 if you take out an extra 200 rupees though!

A premium whisky like Amrut Fusion single malt can cost you up to INR

3635 for a 750 ml bottle, while a Black Dog Deluxe gold 12YO can cost

up to INR 1539.

I have always felt that things are far too expensive in Bangalore than in

other big cities. Maybe the same holds true for hard liquor as well!