More Coffee for More Sex
Coffee is for Lovers!
Coffee has to be the most common and best loved of all aphrodisiacs. It's the worlds most popular beverage with more than 400 billion cups consumed each year. It is a world commodity that is second only to oil.
I don't think it's the taste of coffee, and although the smell is scintillating, I believe it's the effects of the black stuff that make this drink second to none. It's not only an incredible aphrodisiac, it's the most popular addiction of the centuries.
Coffee is originally thought to have been used as the famous Black Broth drank by the Spartans. We've all heard of the Spartans. The most feared warriors in all Greece. Meanwhile in Turkey, wives had a legitimate cause for divorce if their husbands did not keep them well supplied with this rich aromatic elixir. With so much popularity it only made sense to create coffee houses. The worlds first coffee house was opened in Constantinople in 1475. I doubt that it was called Starbucks.
Anyway, back to sex and coffee. According to "Temptations"by Michael and Ellen Albertson, studies show that coffee drinkers have sex more frequently than non-coffee drinkers. Therefore, it just makes sense to drink more coffee to have more sex, right?
You do want to tread lightly with your coffee drinking habits though. Too much coffee drinking actually turns the tables on you and acts as a depressant. So instead of brewing a whole pot of coffee after a seductive meal opt for a small cup of rich dark coffee. Serve with some sinfully decadent dessert.
Here is a scrumptious coffee drink to end a romantic meal:
Two Cups Hot Coffee
Two Tablespoons Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
Two Tablespoons White Sugar
Two Tablespoons Milk
Mix ingredients together. Serve in two mugs with a generous amount of whipped cream drizzled with dark chocolate sauce. Reserve extra whipped cream and dark chocolate sauce for some really exciting foreplay!
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