If you live in Canada, and you're feeling your gin a little more than you should this Friday, relax. It's not you. It might be your drink.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said that bottles of Bombay Sapphire gin were found to contain 77 percent alcohol, nearly two times the advertised amount of 40 percent, CNN Money reported.
Bacardi, which produces Bombay Sapphire, said that approximately 6,000 bottles in Canada might be affected.
"The over proof product inadvertently entered the bottling line during a short period of time -- [up to] 45 minutes -- when [workers] were switching from one bottling tank to another bottling tank," the firm said.
No stories of anyone getting sick due to drinking the gin have been reported.
The news, however, doesn't appear to be discouraging some from making a purchase.
But it has encouraged a few jokes on Twitter.