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Ice Cream That Could Serve as a Replacement for Viagra Developed

by Sheela Philomena on April 14, 2014 at 6:54 PM
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 Ice Cream That Could Serve as a Replacement for Viagra Developed

The Arousal, the new ice cream flavour developed by a British ice cream maker includes 25 mg of Viagra per scoop.

Charlie Harry Francis, who created the concoction, wrote on his blog 'Lick Me, I'm Delicious' that that champagne is also a key ingredient in the flavor, Fox News reported.


Francis told Latin Times that champagne-flavored/Viagra ice cream was a custom order by an A-list celeb, and he spent a few days developing the recipe.

He said incorporating the Viagra was easy but making it taste nicely of champagne was tough.

Source: ANI

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