These not commonly used items (including alcohol beverages like in my own case as no one in our household drinks more than a glass of wine occasionally) become a good trade currency to others who will be glad to exchange other goods for it. Take a look and research into “what” move other people in terms of them giving up whatever it is you could use during harsh times, such as food; medicine; etc.
*Alcohol; cigarettes; lead; silver; whatever you consider for the purpose of trading in need be, make sure it is something you won’t see yourself needing later for your own use. Packing up “only” what you “think” you and your family might need will put you in a position of having to trade some of it for else you didn’t expect to run out of, then finding yourself in need of that later. Whatever medicine; food; water and other supplies should be consider as first priority and not trade items, unless emergency requires for you to so. Having specific items for the specific use of trade will avoid the need to let go on first priority ones.