Pyongyang: A hangover-free booze in North Korea seems to be much talked-about-subject these days in the Communist state and critics have wondered wondered if it's Kim Jong-Un's favourite alcoholic drink.
Citing state-owned Pyongyang Times, the Sky News said that the Koryo Liquor, made with ginseng and organic rice, leaves drinkers free of a hangover.
This special booze is made with "boiled and scorched glutinous rice" and has an alcohol content of 30%-40%, the report said.
The drink's "subtle blend... of the scorched starch with the sweetness of glucose can not be produced with any spices" and the "scorched glutinous rice" contain amino acids and vitamins which help the body break down fats, it said.
The Koryo Liquor has won a series of accolades in the North Korean food and drink industry, the report added.