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Whether you are backpacking, camping, hiking, on a business trip, etc, it is always a good idea to have some water around to keep you hydrated. Check out our list to see what other drink related items you might like to bring along on your trip.

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Tips

TitleItem TypeDescription
Breaking Glass-

Glass bottles can easily break and cut you. Here are some alternatives:

  • Cans
  • Plastic
  • Cartons
Natural Cooling-

You might be able to cool your drinks in a cold stream of water.

Spirit FlaskSpirits

Spirits can be transferred to a flask.

Wine OpeningWine

Screw top wines are easier to open and close, otherwise, don't forget that wine opener.

Packing Items

Item TypeSelect
Coffee Cup

A cup to drink coffee from.

Wine

An alcoholic beverage made from grapes and subject to a duty free allowance.

Sports Drink

Drinks formulated to help athletes rehydrate and recover electrolytes after strenuous exercise. Note there are often a lot of calories.

Sparkling Wine

Wine mixed with carbon dioxide to make it fizzy. Champagne is a type of sparkling wine, but can only come from the Champagne region of France.

Ginger Drink

Ginger granules mixed with sugar and sometimes other sweeteners like honey. Combine the granules with hot water or use ginger root and boil.

Instant Coffee

A powder that when combined with water quickly creates coffee and has a fairly long shelf life. Unlike brewing ground coffee, there are no coffee grounds left to clean up.

Coffee Scales

Used to measure out an amount of coffee if you are looking for consistency in your brew.

Tea Bags

A small bag with holes containing dried plant material to make tea or an infusion when combined with hot water.

Cream

Add richness to a drink or food with some cream.

Fruit Juice

Note that fruit juice without preservatives will need to be consumed shortly after opening, so check the packaging.

Coffee Brewer

A device used to make coffee. There are many different styles available.

Coffee Grinder

Used to make freshly ground coffee from coffee beans.

Tea Steeper/Infuser/Strainer

Use with your tea leaves to make a fresh cuppa.

Flavored Water

Water where some form of sweetener and artificial or natural flavor are added. Maybe contains other additives, eg, vitamins.

Water Bottle

Keeping hydrated is important. An empty water bottle can also be refilled in an airport.

Hot Chocolate

Normally a cocoa powder that can be mixed with options of hot water, milk, chocolate, cream and sweeteners to create a chocolate flavored drink.

Water

The body is made of around 60% water, so keep hydrated to stay in top shape.

Ground Coffee

Coffee beans that have been ground. Better when freshly ground from coffee beans.

Tea Leaves

An alternative to tea bags.

Ice

Ice blocks can be used to make a drink cool and refreshing.

Spirits

Covers a range of alcoholic drinks that are subject to duty allowances.

Soda Water

Carbonated water with low levels of salts.

Iced Tea

Can be a form of cold tea, or a pre-packaged drink.

Energy Drink

A drink that contains some kind of stimulant, like caffeine, sugar, etc. Aims to promote alertness, physical and mental energy.

Vegetable Juice

Choose a favorite vegetable or a combination.

Coffee Filter

Passes water through to extract the coffee and traps unwanted coffee ground entering the final coffee.

Beer

Alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain. Subject to alcohol duty allowances.

Coffee Beans

Coffee beans last longer than ground coffee.

Tonic Water

Carbonated water with dissolved quinine giving a bitter flavor. Popular mixer for gin.

Milk

If you like milk in your beverage.

Teapot

Add tea leaves and some hot water.

Soda/Pop/Soft/Fizzy Drink

Use as a mixer or drink on their own.

Sugar

If you want to sweeten your drink.

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