Powdered Alcohol Was Approved By Mistake
Just when you started saving up your money to buy tons of powdered alcohol, The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) is now saying the powdered alcohol product was approved in error.
Palcohol is powdered alcohol that you can just add water, sprinkle on your food or even snort to enjoy. This product does sound like a dream to alcoholics but has already caused some controversy.
The Treasury Department's reviewing agency, TTB, approved labels for five different products, including Cosmopoliton, Mojito, and Lemon Drop flavors of the stuff. Unfortunately, now that all eyes are on the Palcohol, lawmakers have been analyzing just how Palcohol was approved and reached the label approval part of the process. They stopped marketing Palcohol because they found that their was a problem with how much powder is in the bag and that labels would be resubmitted for approval.
We are all going to have to wait a little longer to start sprinkling Palcohol on everything we eat. Once they fix these labeling problems, someone probably will still find a way to stop the production of Palcohol. No one wants to have fun anymore!