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Duty Free Purchase of Canadian Whisky from CDG to Venice

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My father is a Canadian whisky drinker and was planning on purchasing some duty-free bottles to enjoy during his 4-week trip through Italy on his flight from Seattle to CDG ; he will then fly on a different airline from Paris (Orly) to Venice (flying on Easy Jet). My question is whether or not he will be able to transport the bottles to Venice in either his carry-on or checked baggage.

Alternatively, is Canadian whisky readily available to purchase in Italy at either a local liquor shop or at a duty-free store in the Venice airport?

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