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    Default Maple syrup into the states

    I want to bring some maple syrup into the states for a friend of mine but I'm only travelling with a carry on. Will they let me bring it with me if unopened?

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    I had no issues bringing it. When you go through security they give you a little baggy to put it in. I think it has to be under 500ml

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    It will fall under the normal rules of carrying liquids
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    The number to call the airport is closed today. I think I would need to bring it only by the use of checked luggage... It's unfortunate

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    This is why there are such delays in airports.

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    any suggestions on the best way to besides to bringing a checked luggage? My connecting flights are only 1 hour apart and don't want to risk my lugguage not arriving on time

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    I don't know what you are asking. If it's too much liquid for carry on, and you don't want checked baggage, maybe send it FedEx?
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    Honestly at this point, if you're so concerned, your best course of action will be to hire a private jet to take you and your maple syrup down there. You won't have any problems with it in carry-on, or as a checked bag.

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    https://travel.gc.ca/air/liquids

    Checked baggage unless you want to risk having it taken away.

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    Fill these and bring them that way...
    https://www.dollartree.com/Travel-St...2725/index.pro

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    After I check in i'm sure there will be a shop that is open 24hrs that sells syrup! I can buy it before boarding and i can carry it on with me. Problem solved

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    Don't they carry maple syrup at Duty Free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D'z Nutz View Post
    Don't they carry maple syrup at Duty Free?
    I believe they do or should. Flight is at 6am so hopefully they are open 24hrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabjab View Post
    I believe they do or should. Flight is at 6am so hopefully they are open 24hrs
    Duty free is definitely not open 24 hours.

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    You can stuff it in your pants

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    Checked luggage. Bottle in a ziplock freezer bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CompletelyNumb View Post
    Checked luggage. Bottle in a ziplock freezer bag.
    Because of your post, I looked this up
    https://www.independent.co.uk/life-s...-a6689106.html

    Too bad maple syrup won't freeze until -57C which a residential freezer won't handle.

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