Date PostedDecember 18, 2018

The Illegal Drink Canadians are Drinking instead of Alcohol

The manufacturers of a new drink in Canada have touted it for being able to give you an alcohol-like buzz without getting you drunk or causing a hangover.

Pace is a new drink being sold in Canada, yellowish in appearance in a shot-size bottle.

The packaging may be similar to vodka or rum but authorities in Canada say the drink is a controlled substance and it is illegal to sell.

The drink has been hailed as an alcohol alternative and has no alcohol or calories. Due to this, the synthetic drink,while delivering a mild inebriation, can help drinkers curb over-consumption and excessive drinking.

Health Canada has warned that the drink is illegal and said it would be working to stop the sale of the drink in Canada.

See more at https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/pace-drink-alcohol-alternative-binge-drinking-canada-1.4933533

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