If you're looking for a way to keep the Valentine's Day spark going, then Sexy Kitchen may be the answer.
Sexy Kitchen is an aphrodisiac cooking company started by Doneliya Deneva, with a simple mission statement: to educate people on the effects food has on their body, specifically aphrodisiacs.
Foods like chocolate, champagne, and oysters are some obvious foods that increase libido, but there are also foods we consume on a daily basis that have the same effects. Avocados, olive oil, and even coffee have high levels of certain vitamins that increase blood flow and hormone production.
Sexy Kitchen doubles down on these ingredients with a line of olive oils and vinegars infused with aphrodisiac ingredients like lavender, blood orange, chocolate jalapeno and more. They also offer a Malbec, spice rubs, and even infused-mustards.
The small company has opened a pop-up shop in Los Angeles, where couples can participate in cooking classes and blindfolded taste tests, where you can experiment and learn with aphrodisiac foods in their test kitchen.
These intimate gathers can be attended by couples, or you can be paired with another single, while experts guide you through an exploration of erotic foods in an environment of passion cooking as opposed to rushed, technical cooking classes.
If you want to learn more about Sexy Kitchen or attend one of their classes, head on over to their site by clicking here.
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