A popular brand of pre-mixed vodka drinks have been recalled nationwide over serious safety fears.
Pinnacle Drinks issued a major recall on their Mishka Mixed Vodka drink packs on Thursday, amid concerns the glass bottles may break and seriously injure customers.
“There is a potential for the glass bottle to break upon opening,” a recall notice posted on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission website reads.
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“If the glass breaks there is a laceration risk to the consumer.”
The recalled flavours, which come in 275ml bottles, are: Tasty Apple Lychee (best before 14/12/18, 15/12/18, 27/12/18, 28/12/18, Lemon Lime and Bitters (best before 26/12/18, 27/12/18), Ripe Raspberry (best before 28/12/18, 29/12/18), Guava and Watermelon (best before 13/12/18, 14/12/18) and the Mix it Up 10-pack (all best before dates).
People have been told not open or consume the drinks and to return them to their nearest BWS or Dan Murphy’s store for a full refund.