Right, now that I am coming towards the end (regrettably) of my vacation back here in the U.S., I was looking up at the duty free limits on liquor etc. you can bring into the UK. The current limits from the HMRC website: As you can see, it's pretty low for us on non-EU origin flights. I am mainly interested in the alcohol part (what a surprise!), as I wanted to bring a couple of really nice single batch bourbon bottles (plan to buy them in the airport duty free) for a close Brit friend of mine in London. Just wanted to know how strictly they enforce the 1 liquor bottle only rule at Heathrow? Anyone here have any experiences? I know I can always buy them outside the airport and put them in the check-in luggage, but I had a bad experience once when a bottle broke (even with careful packing) and ruined the whole luggage. Worse comes to worse, I guess I can just declare it and pay the duty on the extra bottle. But rather not, obviously.