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SB 3.23.29

bhūṣaṇāni parārdhyāni
 varīyāṁsi dyumanti ca
annaṁ sarva-guṇopetaṁ
 pānaṁ caivāmṛtāsavam
Synonyms: 
bhūṣaṇāni — ornaments; para-ardhyāni — most valuable; varīyāṁsi — very excellent; dyumanti — splendid; ca — and; annam — food; sarva-guṇa — all good qualities; upetam — containing; pānam — beverages; ca — and; eva — also; amṛta — sweet; āsavam — intoxicating.
Translation: 
They then decorated her with very excellent and valuable jewels, which shone brightly. Next they offered her food containing all good qualities, and a sweet inebriating drink called āsavam.
Purport: 

Āsavam is an Āyur-vedic medical preparation; it is not a liquor. It is especially made from drugs and is meant to improve metabolism for the healthy condition of the body.