North Korea Invents Alcohol Without Hangover Effect

Posted: Jan 20 2016, 3:56am CST | by , in News | Latest Business News


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North Korea Invents Alcohol without Hangover Effect
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The North Korean media praises a new liquor that is hang-over free.

North Korean media reports about the invention of a new ginseng liquor that you an get drunk on without fearing a hangover the next day. The new North Korean alcoholic beverage is made by Taedonggang Foodstuff Factory and named Koryo Liquor according to NK News.

The hangover free drink is made of 6 year old Kaeson Koryo insam (ginseng) according to the reports. The drink is hangover free because the sugar got replaced with scorched, glutinous rice. This is supposed to stop hangovers.

Ginseng is in general associated with health benefits. There is though so far no independent source that can proof that the Koryo Liquor is indeed hangover-free, so don't get your hopes up.

You have to continue to deal with the hangovers in case you partied to hard.

NK News says that if North Korea would have indeed made a hangover-free drink, then South Korea would be huge market for it. South Koreans are the top alcohol consumers in Asia and there is a big market for drinks that cure hangovers. The hangover-free drink would avoid the need for such hangover cures.

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