A red-wine hangover drink that tastes like lemonade may be making its way into the US market, according to an article published in the Jerusalem Post on Thursday.
The beverage is called “Hangover Ale” and was inspired by a cocktail at the bar of a New York restaurant.
It was named after a cocktail of red wine with a red-glazed, lemon-lime garnish, the article said.
“The cocktail has become a bit of a trend in New York and is becoming a regular feature of dining establishments around the city, especially on weekends,” it said.
The drink is popular in Israel, where the drink is called Shomron, or “Shoebox” in Hebrew, and has been sold at bars since the 1970s.
In the US, it is more commonly known as Hangover Ale, or the “Shoe-Bag,” and has gained popularity as a bar drink in the US.