Calories, kcal: 235 Proteins, g: 0.1 Fats, g: 0.0 Carbohydrates, g: 0.2
Hanshin, a strong alcoholic drink, the so-called wheat or bread vodka from China. They produce hanshin from millet (giaoliang) or black rice (chumiza). A cloudy drink with a pungent odor and a peculiar taste is in particular demand in poor Chinese provinces due to its low cost. Initially, the hanshin drank, pre-warming them in copper vats with a thin narrow neck. When heated, fusel oils evaporate, and alcohol does not have time to evaporate. At present, when not only giaoliang and chumiza are used to make hanshin, but barley is also added, there is no need to heat the drink (calorizator). In addition, the methods of purifying and filtering hanshin have become much more modern.
The strength of the khanshin varies from 40 to 55 degrees, so you need to use this drink with caution. Of course, the stories that after drinking hanshin, many fall into a rampage, are nothing more than a myth. Hanshin acts on the human body in the same way as any strong alcoholic beverage, be it vodka, gin or whiskey. A person who has the peculiarity of being violent from vodka will become violent from the khanshin. The rest of the drink has a traditional effect - light fun, long talk, general agitation and sleep.
Another myth is connected with the alleged ability of the khanshin to give alcohol intoxication for two days in a row - they say, in the morning, after the khanshin drunk in the evening, you need to drink water and the intoxication will come again. This is not so, unless a bucket of hanshin was drunk the day before!
Calorie content of hanshin
The calorie content of hanshin is 235 kcal per 100 ml of drink.
The chemical composition of hanshin includes: vitamins B2 and PP, as well as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and sodium.