25 January, 2008

Win a case of Alibi

Pretox drink Alibi's benefits are designed to prepare the body

to process toxins, including those which may typically occur from consuming alcohol.The fresh-tasting, herbal /citrus drink is made from natural ingredients including spring water, milk thistle, artichoke and gingko extracts, added vitamins and amino acids.It can be consumed by itself or as a mixer with alcohol in simple long drinks and other cocktails.

The innovation lies in its distinct difference from detox products and regimes which are geared to deal with toxins at a later stage. In the market sector of functional soft drinks, Alibi is claimed to most closely belong

to the dynamic category of nutraceuticals, which are known as products with ingredients considered to provide specific health benefits.

Listings for Alibi have already been gained in top London clubs and landmark cocktail bars in other cities, and it is now available to the off-trade.

OLN has teamed up with Alibi to offer a case of 24x33cl cans of Alibi to three lucky winners.

To win the prize, just answer the following question:

Is Alibi a pretox or detox drink?

E-mail your answer, with your name, address

and daytime telephone number ,

byFeb 8, to:

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