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Average Price of a 30 ml nip of scotch in Australian capital cities



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Australia has amongst the highest alcohol taxes in the world, alongside strict regulations regarding its resale and consumption. These influences impact the cost of an alcoholic beverage in a bar (excluding happy hours and specials). This FACT indicates the average price of a nip or shot of scotch at a public bar in each Australian capital city (2011), including all varieties and ages. Melbourne bars house the most expensive scotch, with a 30 ml shot on average costing A$6.40. The city with the cheapest is Hobart, with A$4.92.

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Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics Census 2011

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