Health Ministry warns against 2 sketchy liqueurs sold in stores

The Health Ministry is warning consumers against buying Vodka Moldova or Josephine Bonaparte Brandy XO. Both liqueurs do not carry the name of a producer or importer on their labels, and a sample tested by the Israeli Standard Institute found both drinks to contain higher than allowed quantities of methanol.

Methanol poisoning can cause dizziness, confusion, headaches, vomiting stomach pains, and in severe cases can cause blindness or death.


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