The Liquor Control Board of Ontario is recalling 1.14-litre bottles of Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin because the alcohol content shown on the label is not correct. The LCBO says the affected product has been removed from all of its stores shelves. The Crown corporation says the recall was started after its quality assurance team found the alcohol content was 77 per cent, instead of the 40 per cent declared on the label. The LCBO says consuming a product with an alcohol content of 77 per cent could cause serious illness. Customers and licensees are advised to return the recalled product to any LCBO store for a full refund.
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