Chocolate and Red Wine: What Are the World’s Sexiest Foods?

by Sese Kittre

Yes it is true, eating chocolate for women is akin to having a mild orgasm; as the phenylethylamine (PEA) in chocolate produces the same hormone released during sex, although in much smaller amounts. Which is lucky because otherwise imagine all the moaning and groaning going on in the cinema multiplexes; nobody would be able to hear the movies. This is only one such chemical reaction sparked by the consumption of chocolate; as chocolate is one of the most complex foods. Complex foods for complex beings, women.

Plenty of men enjoy a bar of chocolate too, and although the simpler sex, men, don’t optimally enjoy as intense orgasms as their female partners, they still like the taste of chocolate. Red wine is another relaxant that also reduces feelings of inhibition; alcohol has traditionally been one of humanity’s favourite narcotics. A big proportion of the world’s population would have included the consumption of alcohol in their preparation for first time sex. Amorous activity goes hand in hand with a few slurps of vino to get you in the mood. Chocolate and red wine are two of the world’s sexiest foods for sure.

Combining chocolate and red wine can be a sinful pleasure, as the two seem made for each other. The melting smoothness of sweet dark chocolate and the heat of fermented berry fruit and tannins produce the perfect ambience for arousal. The swirling dark red liquid in the glass and the squares of indulgence evoke a languid longing for sensuous exploration. These aphrodisiacs work their magic on your feeling centres within the brain and pretty soon you might be cavorting shamelessly. Recent reports have indicated that chocolate produces natural opiates in our brains; in subtle measures. Curvy is sexy, so you need not bother about being in any other shape. Chocolate consumption in moderation is, even, considered to be healthy.

Perhaps, it is all, merely, imagination and chocolate is innocent of its naughty reputation. But the reality is when your tongue is sliding over chocolate inside your mouth, the sensation and feelings are divine. They put you in mind of the other wonderful things you can do with your tongue; inside other people’s mouths and special places. Chocolate encourages people to let go into absolute pleasure, to get outside of their anxious heads, and to feel warm and oozing inside. The sensory inner world awaits the lover of chocolate and the red wine can make the most virginal of us turn our thoughts to hot sex. These delicacies are particularly favoured in the winter months; warming our insides and enriching our souls.