Drank Slow Rolls Its Way into St. Louis
According to the St. Louis Business Journal, Drank is now available wherever fine libations are sold -- you know -- Dierbergs, 7-Elevens and Phillips 66 gas stations.
The over-the-counter Drank is named after the slang term for prescription-grade cough syrup that's so popular today with the kiddies.
Last fall Unreal got a chance to sample some of the purple tonic. We found its mix of melatonin, rose hips and valerian root to work as advertised. It makes you even sleepier when you mix it with vodka, though the distributor tells us that the company is "not marketing the product to mix with alcohol by any means."
Okay. If you say so.