There may be times when you need to transport bottles on airlines. When you do, the last thing you want is for the bottles to break. Broken glass in your suitcase and
tequila leaking on your clothes would be horrible, to say noting of the loss of the precious juice. You need a way to pack the bottles securely, and below are four possibiities:
- Vinni Bag - Best
Pros: Best protection, leakproof, folds flat, reusable for years.
Cons: Takes most space when inflated, expensive (about $25USD each), does not accommodate oddly-shaped bottles well or at all, the inside plastic can cling to paper labels.
- Southwest Airlines carrier - 2nd place
Pros: Cheap ($5USD), great protection, reusable, Fairly good at accommodating oddly-shaped bottles
Cons: Once inflated, can never DEFLATE, must use tape to reseal, still bulky when empty
- Bubble wrap - 3rd place
Pros: Can shape to anything, cheap, easy to store
Cons: fairly single-use, need a lot per bottle (should have about 3/4 inch on every surface of bottle)
- Wineskin - 4th place
Pros: Leakproof, folds flat when not in use, cheap.
Cons: Not much padding, odd-shape bottles hard to fit, will need tape to reseal.