More than 13,000 litres of suspected illicit vodka labelled as olive oil have been found hidden in a lorry in Sutton-in-Ashfield.
The haul was found in Brookside Way after police tipped off customs officers.
Stuart Taylor, from, HMRC said: “Alcohol fraud costs taxpayers £1.3 billion in lost revenue each year.
“It is not a victimless crime, it breeds criminality, as well as undermining honest, legitimate traders.”
Picture: The packs of bottles were labelled as olive oil
The stash of bottles, found on Friday, is worth around £170,000 in unpaid tax.
No arrests have been made and investigations into the seizure are on-going.