June 22, 2022
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North Korea Confirmed It Has Invented Hangover-Free Alcohol

When it comes to North Korea, it seems their News Agencies that keep sending all the bollocks news to the western media owns ScrewLife.Com—each piece from the cut off state sounds like parody and satire.
Now, Kim Jong-un and his people who are at the peak of starvation are saying they’ve invented hangover-free alcohol.
Perhaps, it is the country’s new attempt to make the west fell sh*t about itself—for their inability to invent some of the strange cool stuffs.
Not long ago, North Korea announced that they’ve invented a single miracle pill which cures Cancer, AIDS and Ebola—and recently, they told the whole world they successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.
According to the BBC;
North Korean scientists have invented a hangover-free alcohol, according to the Pyongyang Times.
The state newspaper says the “suave” liquor will spare you wincing when you wake, despite boasting 30%-40% alcohol.

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The brew is reportedly made from a type of indigenous ginseng called insam and glutinous rice, and cultivated by an organic farming method.
The product apparently “exudes national flavour”, without dampening your national fervour the following morning.
Among its other unique selling points, according to the Pyongyang Times – the spirit “is highly appreciated by experts and lovers”.
The newspaper article, titled, “Liquor wins quality medal for preserving national smack”, says the Taedonggang Foodstuff Factory has been working for years on the elixir.
The drink derives from Kaesong Koryo insam – a natural herb thought to have medicinal properties. According to the Pyongyang Times, replacing sugar with the scorched, glutinous rice removed the bitterness from the insam and, crucially, the hangover.
“Koryo Liquor, which is made of six-year-old Kaesong Koryo insam, known as being highest in medicinal effect, and the scorched rice, is highly appreciated by experts and lovers as it is suave and causes no hangover,” the article reads.
The liquor “has already been registered as a national scientific and technological hit”, it adds.
Andray Abrahamian, who travels to North Korea on business for Chosong Exchange, told the UK-based North Korean News website that insam liquors were “OK” but he is “not that keen on it as a tasty treat”.
“There are some high quality liquors made in North Korea, though in my experience there is no such thing as hangover-free booze anywhere in the world,” he said.

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