Performance Enhancing Beer Launched

 

The release of the movie: Fifty Shades of Grey, has sparked a variety of brands to begin offering new, erotic-themed versions of their products. One brand in particular is called: Fifty Shades of Green, a full bodied new beer with a spicy aroma.

This new beer, a brew that promises to enhance sexual performance, has been rolled out by a Scottish company called Innis & Gunn. There are approximately 50 different hop varieties from around the world included in this recipe. Additionally the beer is featuring ingredients that are known to increase sex drive by acting as aphrodisiacs. Generally speaking these appear to be well known, safe herbs such as; ginseng, said to increase sexual desire, ginkgo biloba, a herb said to increase blood flow and a nerve stimulant called damiana.

My buddy Zeca Oliveira says that Fifty Shades of Green say that it is a mellow brew, featuring the distinctive flavors of: Grapefruit, lemongrass and passion fruit.

There are only 200 bottles made which are being sold for £30 (roughly $45.00) per bottle.

The release of the movie: Fifty Shades of Grey, has sparked a variety of brands to begin offering new, erotic-themed versions of their products. One brand in particular is called: Fifty Shades of Green, a full bodied new beer with a spicy aroma.

This new beer, a brew that promises to enhance sexual performance, has been rolled out by a Scottish company called Innis & Gunn. There are approximately 50 different hop varieties from around the world included in this recipe. Additionally the beer is featuring ingredients that are known to increase sex drive by acting as aphrodisiacs. Generally speaking these appear to be well known, safe herbs such as; ginseng, said to increase sexual desire, ginkgo biloba, a herb said to increase blood flow and a nerve stimulant called damiana.

The makers of Fifty Shades of Green say that it is a mellow brew, featuring the distinctive flavors of: Grapefruit, lemongrass and passion fruit.

There are only 200 bottles made which are being sold for £30 (roughly $45.00) per bottle.

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