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This Chlorophyll Brunch Cocktail Could Cure Your Hangover

This Chlorophyll Brunch Cocktail Could Cure Your Hangover

We don't endorse drinking two days on the trot, but sometimes a savage hangover can only be cured by hair of the dog. And we can justify this so much more if said alcoholic drink contains the latest healthy superfood: chlorophyll.

This is where The Little Yellow Door's Chlorophyll-based brunch cocktail comes in.

You probably haven't heard of its star ingredient since your GCSE biology exam, but it's experiencing something of a comeback as the hottest ingredient on the mixology scene.

Chlorophyll is the green pigment found in plants, but as well as offering a lurid green hue, it has tons of health benefits. It's often used in medicine to help flush out toxins, helping to hydrate and balance your pH.

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Credit: Rebecca Dickson/Little Yellow Door
Credit: Rebecca Dickson/Little Yellow Door

The cocktail, which is available at the Notting Hill-based cocktail bar in London, has been aptly named 'The Hangover', and promises to "pack one hell of a punch with more health benefits than drinks can shake a stick at."

The Hangover contains elderflower, egg white, chlorophyll - served in a coupette with mint and chlorophyll perfume - and The Botanist gin. Guests also have the option of adding an activated charcoal shot, if you fancy being extra bouji.

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A spokesperson said: "For those looking to detox or retox, guests at West London's quirkiest brunch can now enjoy all the benefits of chlorophyll in just one cocktail.

"No longer reserved for health-food stores, chlorophyll has become the latest superfood buzzword, cropping up in a number of drinks sold across the pond.

"Alongside it's anti-ageing and toxin-busting benefits, Chlorophyll is often used as a natural mouthwash substitute."

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The Hangover will be available on The Little Yellow Door's brunch menu from 8th June and will stay on the menu indefinitely.

Featured Image Credit: The Little Yellow Door

Topics: Drinks, Food And Drink

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Ciara is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ciara worked as a writer at GLAMOUR Magazine and later as the Assistant Editor of Yahoo Style UK.