The issue is that however secure you package liquids and however mindful customers are when it comes to sending liquids via a courier it can become a major issue for other packages going through the system at the same time.
Let's say a box containing a bottle of whisky is placed above another with, perhaps someone's documents or books and that top box isn't quite packaged correctly at the whisky smashes and drips into the other then it would be very much a problem for both the sender of the documents and the carrier - and not least us that will be required to deal with two claims.
There aren't a great number of courier that will allow liquids or alcohol to be shipped via their network. There may be a small number of specialist couriers who can ship liquids for you, but at a much greater cost. If you do need to transport liquids either in bottles, cans or in any form, regrettably we do suggest you locate another courier to help you.
To be honest, you can send most things via our parcel delivery companies. It would be much easier for us to provide you with a list of items that we either can't accept or can accept but on a no-compensation basis. You can find that non-definitive list here
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