Before the Budget, I bought a one-litre bottle of own-brand Scotch whisky at Tesco.
The label stated that a 25ml measure contains one unit of alcohol.
So a one-litre bottle would contain 40 units.
The bottle cost £16.10, making a fraction over 40p per unit.
Today, I bought a litre of similar Scotch at £17.
Did Tesco use the Budget as an excuse for raising the price to 42.5p a unit? Or are they just bad at sums?
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