Fight Your Hangover with the NOHO Drink Family

first_img 5 Classic Whiskey Cocktails You Should Know How to Make Editors’ Recommendations One thing everyone can agree on is that hangovers are the worst. Sure, that last, “why the hell not” drink of the night can be fun and life-affirming in the moment, but the next day you’re often left feeling terrible and swearing off alcohol all together.  The baggage of a hangover only grows worse as you get older, and it seems like none of the many remedies or cures ever does the trick. However, that was before we tried NOHO—the hangover defense drink that is gaining in popularity all over the country.NOHO (No Hangover) comes in two forms: the NOHO shot and the NOHO Gold mixer. Each one is filled with vitamins and supplements that keep your body from feeling the full effects of a hangover. Both the shot and the mixer contain vitamin A, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc as well as prickly pear extract (found in desert cactus and helps hydration as well as liver cleansing) and ginger root extract (which soothes the stomach and digestive system).  Neither version of NOHO contains caffeine, sugar or any other energy increasing ingredients, which means it is safe to drink.While the website and the packaging may make NOHO seem like just another drink on display, the mixture within does work. This past weekend, we tried out the NOHO shot. Before having any drinks, we put back one NOHO shot. Then, after a few hours and few cocktails (truth be told, we did mix liquor and beer), we had another shot (as recommended by the people at NOHO) before calling it a night. When Sunday morning rolled around, there was none of the grogginess that usually comes with one of our festive weekend evenings.NOHO Gold, meanwhile, is meant to be mixed. The sparkling, lightly ginger-flavored drink works well with a variety of liquors. Some of the NOHO recommended cocktails include the Sonoran Lemonade (Wild Turkey American Honey, NOHO Gold, lemonade, lemon garnish), The Cactus Apple (whiskey, apple pucker, NOHO Gold, cherry garnish) and the Strawberry Blonde (Southern Comfort, NOHO Gold, Rose’s Lime, sweet and sour mix, lime garnish). We’re looking forward to trying some of these recipes and seeing if NOHO Gold works as well as the shot.Now, the extent of a hangover all depends on what you put into a night. NOHO suggests that one shot is more effective combating the effects of five drinks, so if you are going to go full tilt on the town, you’re going to need to bring some more NOHO along for the ride. Stirred or Shaken? How to Make a Perfect Vodka Martini Rum 101: An Introduction to the Different Types of Rum and How They’re Made 6 Classic Tequila Cocktail Recipes You Need to Know The Best Whiskey for Whipping Up a Whiskey Sour last_img read more

Was Nicola Sturgeon trolling Theresa May as she posed to sign the

first_img Some imagined what the letter might say… The official photo of @NicolaSturgeon signing the section 30 request for an independence referendum is absolute patter. 💯👏💯 pic.twitter.com/l1rQhNVNvH— The Cherry Wave (@TheCherryWave) March 30, 2017 Just got sent the section 30 letter pic.twitter.com/xsxD4aML3n— Liam O’Hare (@Liam_O_Hare) March 30, 2017 Theresa May puts the final touches art 50 letter @NicolaSturgeon puts final touches to section 30 letter. #ScotRef #ScotlandinEurope pic.twitter.com/yJLTD1Sz20— Susanne Campbell SNP (@susannecc) March 30, 2017 Well, you know what they say about imitation and flattery…. pic.twitter.com/R7SltrrWjW— Ruth Davidson (@RuthDavidsonMSP) March 30, 2017 Nicola Sturgeon’s pose as she signed her letter asking for a second independence referendum couldn’t have been more different from Theresa May’s as she signed the Article 50 letter.Curled on the sofa like a satisfied cat, with her feet up and a beverage resting on the table next to her, she smiled as she signed the letter which could cause a huge headache for the UK Government. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Many on social media have imagined what the contents of the letter say, and wondered if she purposefully posed so casually to irritate the Prime Minister.Pleased Scots referred to the letter and pose as “absolute patter”, while others derided her casual approach.center_img “Dear Slim, I wrote but you still ain’t called.” #indyref2 #scotref pic.twitter.com/5uLk3Axx8N— Scott Reid (@scottreid1980) March 30, 2017 Theresa May puts the final touches art 50 letter @NicolaSturgeon puts final touches to section 30 letter. #ScotRef #ScotlandinEurope pic.twitter.com/yJLTD1Sz20— Susanne Campbell SNP (@susannecc) March 30, 2017 Theresa May’s reply to Nicola Sturgeon’s Section 30 letter is pretty blunt pic.twitter.com/cjziFRb2Zv— Charlie (@chralie) March 30, 2017 Here’s the FM writing the section 30 letter to the PM – a more casual look than the A50 letter & no flag. #indyref2 pic.twitter.com/PTmpCrtUFG— Mark Diffley (@markdiffley1) March 30, 2017  And Ruth Davidson made a comparison Nicola Sturgeon may not enjoy  And what Mrs May’s response may belast_img read more