I'm just back from Iceland and wanted to give the board a report. There's almost zero bourbon in this country. I was able to find some Jim Beam white label at duty free and saw a bottle of Devil's Cut at a whiskey bar in Reykjavik. There are tons of Scotch and even Japanese whiskeys to taste, but from talking with locals they say bourbon hasn't made it that far north.
Alcohol is extremely expensive there too. A six pack of Viking tall boy beers are nearly $25 U.S. and boxed 1.5 liters of red wine are $50 dollars. I stopped at the local liquor store yesterday and nearly hugged the clerk. It's good to be back in the land of semi-reasonable alcohol costs.