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We are traveling from the US to Athens and then transferring to a local airline to Santorini. Although we plan on drinking wine throughout our trip in Greece, we enjoy an Absolute vodka martini (or 2!) at cocktail hour watching the sun down. In some countries we have visited in our travels, our drink of choice (Absolute Vodka or equivalent) has either been hard to find, extremely expensive OR extremely cheaper than in the USA. We are wondering whether we should (or whether we can) purchase a couple of bottles while in the Athens airport to bring to Santorini. We made the mistake of purchasing liquor in the US on our way to Mexico a few months ago on the advice of friends. We found out we were able to purchase it in the airport in Mexico when we arrived and it was cheaper. Any advice on this? Thanks!

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