The BBC has some details as to the list of products tariffed by the US as a result of the Airbus WTO ruling. Among these
Single malt Scotch whisky
According to the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), Scotland exported about $1.3bn of Scotch to the US in 2018 - 33% of which was single malt.
That translates to just under 25 million bottles of single malt Scotch.
SWA chief executive Karen Betts has warned that "jobs could be at risk" at Scottish distilleries as a result of the tariffs.
Toward the end of the article cashmere products are mentioned too, apparently affecting other areas of the UK exporting them.
Do the US tariffs cease to apply to the UK (including Scotland) after Brexit?