Recall Of ’1800 Tequila’ Due To Possible Packaging Issues
DETROIT (WWJ) – The makers of ’1800 Tequila’ have announced a voluntary recall of several brands of liquor.
The recall affects the 1.75 liter size only of Silver, Reposado and Coconut. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission says the glass stopper and other packaging of the tequila may have been damaged.
The maker said there have been no reports of injuries or glass particles in the tequila and calls the recall a precaution.
1800 Tequila in all other sizes (50 ml, 200ml, 375ml, 750 ml and 1 Liter) are not impacted. In addition, 1800 Tequila Anejo, Select Silver (100 Proof) and 1800 Ultimate Margarita products are not impacted.
“We have become aware of this recall and are doing everything we can to make sure these bottles have been taken off the market,” said Andy Deloney, Chairman of the MLCC. “We are asking that all licensees stop selling this item until a replacement is delivered to you by Great Lakes Wine and Spirits.”
The affected bottles include:
• 1800® Tequila Silver 1.75 Liter
• 1800® Tequila Coconut 1.75 Liter
• 1800® Tequila Reposado 1.75 Liter
Consumers should check to see if they have affected product by comparing the first nine digits of the 13-digit Lot Code on the side of the bottle against the list of impacted product codes above. Please refer to the visuals for further assistance in locating the Lot Code
Consumers who have affected product should not consume it nor should they allow others to consume it. Anyone who has consumed tequila from an affected bottle and becomes ill or shows signs of complications should see a physician immediately.
Consumers with affected product can obtain a refund and more information by calling 866-795-8805 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.