Wave a sweet goodbye to that dirty 3am kebab and a rotten stinking Sunday hangover.
Professor David Nutt - God bless him - is a neuropsychopharmacologist from The Imperial College in London, and according to The Times he is in the very last stages of developing a boozy bevvy that will have the same alcoholic effect on the brain but without doing any damage at all to the liver.
The positive effects of the drink last for a few hours, according to the Professor, but you’ll never feel too drunk and your liver will escape a session damage-free!
Tests are currently underway and, if offered the right permissions from the Food Standard's Authority (FSA) and if successful after tests, the drink will be launched onto the market under the name ‘alcosynth.'
David Nutt then hopes to open up to one hundred alcosynth drinking dens over the next ten years.
The Professor has also stated to The Independent that by 2050 he hopes his new invention could replace alcohol as we know it entirely.
Finally, the good Professor recommends it in a mojito.
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