PASSION, INTENSITY, FIRE
Some of the “Ancient Herbs” found in PinkKitty Liqueur®
This well-known plant was cultivated as an herb for use in steamy bathhouses, as far back as 2,000 BC in Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula. For ancient Greeks and Romans, hot herb baths were not only for personal cleanliness, but a means of relaxation and was a way of life.
This root is native to the central highlands of Peru and was cultivated on ancient terraces by indigenous people about 2,000 years ago. Roasted and eaten as a delicacy, this herb was also used for barter and gifts due to its high demand. The plant gives off a fragrant aroma and produces off-white flowers which bear fruit containing its seed.
PEACH & POMEGRANATE
To give our Craft Liqueur it’s decadent, crisp flavor, we turned to two of Nature’s most flavorful and succulent fruits, the Peach and the Pomegranate. PinkKitty Liqueur® not only boast its sensual herbs, but our flavor of is sure to satisfy even the sassiest of palettes Ladies!
Some of the “Ancient Herbs” found in EasyRhino Liqueur®
Known as ‘potent wood’, the roots and bark of this little-known tree found in the Amazon rain forest were used by indigenous people in a variety of ways, including teas, massages, and hot baths. Its small, white flowers produce an alluring fragrance similar to that of jasmine.
For over 2,000 years, this herb has been used by many different cultures, most notably by ancient Chinese culture. The plant, which produces a spider-like flower, is picked wild and its plant leaves were boiled to make hot tea.
CINNAMON, BLOOD ORANGE & VANILLA
EasyRhino Liqueur® is infused and flavored to perfection… fitting for a King.
Crafted to Satisfy the Kings of Nature’s Kingdom
A Premium, handcrafted vodka carefully infused with some of Mother Nature’s more “Invigorating Herbs” passed down to us from the Ancients. With notes of vanilla, cinnamon, blood orange and our Special Bled of Herbs, EasyRhino Liqueur® is truly a Unique Spirit all to itself .
Three of the seven “Special Herbs” infused in:
(Muira Puama, Ashwaganda and Epimedium)