November 29, 2010

Fight Holiday Relationship Stress Disorder with Natural Averna Herbal Liqueur

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With all the wonder and merriment of the holiday season, it can take its toll on relationships. Holiday Relationship Stress Disorder (HRSD) results, but Averna has a solution:

HRSD is often triggered in males when they view credit card statements around the Holidays, which highlight increased spending on questionable items (e.g. another snow globe). Females have encountered HRSD while having to make sure they're dressed appropriately for church and/or hoping the 25 hints they've strategically placed for the perfect present was actually noticed.

The recommended dosage to ease HRSD is a 4 oz pour of Averna Amaro neat or over ice. Richly textured and made only from natural ingredients, Averna is distilled from a delicate blend of flowers, herbs, dried fruits, spices and licorice. After these succulent flavors are soaked in alcohol with a touch of caramel, the final result is unique and complex spirit renowned for its ability to settle the stomach.

I enjoy herbal liqueurs, and I appreciate the origins of Averna. Founded in 1868 by Italian Salvatore Averna, drinking this liqueur is like drinking history. Although Jagermeister may be more popular with college crowd, a more sophisticated palette appreciates Averna.

Although this product is all natural, I must point out that our sample was shipped in a box full of styrofoam peanuts.

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at November 29, 2010 1:15 AM

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