“I think I will run out before the lockdown is over. It depends on how bored I am.”
He said a relative was inside the store buying 10 bottles of whisky for the lockdown.
Luis and Evelyn Camacho stocked up on wine and beer.
“I was saying to the wife that this is chance to cut down,” said Camacho.
Another customer who did not want to be named said: “Food I can get during the lockdown, the sale of alcohol however is banned.
“I got four crates of beer for myself and about two and half crates of wine for the wife.
“I should consume two beers a day, that's not too much,” he said.
Liberty Liquors manager Mervin Sookoo said sales were “better than usual”.
“The lockdown will have a big impact on business, but we have to respect the government's decision.
“We have noticed that customers have been stocking up, mostly on spirits and ciders.”