An Italian digestivo, Fernet-Branca is was created in 1845. It's made from 27 different herbs and aged in oak for a year. The ingredients include aloes, gentian, rhubarb cinchona bark and zedoary - all herbs from India and Indonesia.
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Ask #WhiskySanta for Fernet-Branca.
He'll grant one wish per day until Christmas...
Ice and Coca Cola....
Soy de argentina, me encanta el fernet ! jaja
10th August 2014
volvimos a la deficiencia
Otra vez como años atrás , me pasara, me toco una botella con un gusto muy amargo. esto lo puedo decir con el convencimiento del que toma esta bebida regularmente. En aquella oportunidad lo quise cambiar y para ello tuve que hacer poco menos que un escandalo. Por lo menos, ya que es una bebida tan prestigiosa, tendría que conservar la calidad. Los consumidores nos merecemos eso- Ah !, no lo compre con precios cuidados
10th August 2014
Coke, never Pepsi.
Some years ago while on holiday, my husband persuaded me to try a shot
of Ferna Branca as I was suffering from a really bad hangover and felt
quite ill. I tried a shot and nearly threw up because of the taste, but
an hours later I felt well enough to go drinking at a pool party. I still
don't like the taste, the peppermint version is nicer, but boy it works.
28th July 2013
Drink it mixed with Coke and nothing else. This will drive your taste buds up the wall while you reach the perfect buzz from the mixture. This is an every weekend kind of drink.
24th July 2013
Im from Argentina and there's a big (I would say huge in the province of Cordoba) culture of Fernet... we put Ice on a tall glass...then fernet...and then coca cola on top... do it and then tell me how it goes... tip...after pouring coca cola add a bit more of fernet!
17th July 2013
Thanks to my mother, I am a big believer in Fernet-Branca and would not dream of going away without it. I have helped other people with it whilst on holiday....I feel like a white witch and love to see good results! Long may it be produced!
24th June 2013
I was on holiday with my grandchildren 18 years ago and must have eaten something off which gave me really bad stomach cramps and a sickly feeling. I felt as though I was going to ruin the holiday for them. We were due to take a boat ride, which I felt certain that I would not be able to enjoy the sail, especially as the sea was wild. A local taxi driver told me about Fernet-Branca. I have to be honest and say that it worried me about drinking it, but it was like taking a magic potion as all my pains and sickness went away totally! I enjoyed the boat trip...and the food on board. Now, I cannot live without it inside my cupboard for those 'off days'.