Mercy Hangover Prevention Beverage Debuts at Manhattan Cocktail Classic

The creators of Mercy, a new beverage that helps prevent a hangover, celebrated its introduction to nightlife venues and retail stores, by handing out over 6,000 cans of the product at the Indy Spirits Expo’s 2011 Manhattan Cocktail Classic Gala.


With just one 8.4-ounce can of Mercy countering the after-effects of up to five alcoholic beverages, each of the 3,000 attendees were encouraged to consume two cans, which were handed out at every exit point of the New York Public Library where the Gala was held.

Mercy – a custom blend of amino acids, anti-oxidants and vitamins – is formulated to replenish key nutrients and jump-start the body’s natural defenses, helping stave off dreaded hangover symptoms like headaches and nausea.

Made for responsible drinkers and backed by seven years of research and development, Mercy is currently offered in New York at Greenhouse and Juliet Supper Club, the Mark Hotel, Nuela, the National Arts Club and Madame X as well as for retail orders nationally via


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