Viagra Ice Cream Can Raise Your Expectations, Or Your Partner’s

Erectile dysfunction is a condition usually spoken of in hushed tones – especially by those who suffer from the condition.

A British ice-cream maker has come up with a an alternative way of dealing with it, other than by taking the little blue pill. The MailOnline reports that you can now lick your way to achieve a satisfactory result – but not in the first way that probably springs to mind!

A South Wales ice-cream company – the appropriately named “Lick Me I’m Delicious” – has produced a flavor incorporating Viagra. Invented by Charlie Harry Francis, each scoop contains about 25mg of the drug, and just to complete the picture, he adds champagne for flavoring.

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Francis was asked to create the special dessert by a celebrity customer he won’t name. The most he will reveal is that its was “an A-List celebrity” (whatever that means.) When he received the request, he spent several days perfecting the formula, both for flavor and texture

He said: “It’s all very secretive. We had to sign a confidentiality agreement so I can’t reveal the name of the client. All I’m allowed to say is it was for a party and that they were very happy with the end result and that I made the required amount.”

Mr Francis is not new to the world of experimental ice-cream. Last year he managed to make the world’s first “glow in the dark” ice cream using Jellyfish luminescence protein. His team is now working on creating the world’s first flammable ice cream.

However, he is not without competitors. A London based company, the Ice-creamists, are renowned for their own specialty – “Lady Gaga breast milk ice-cream.” They have also been manufacturing what they call their “Sex Bomb Flavor,” which uses a herbal based erectile stimulant.

In order to stay one step ahead, Mr Francis could extend the range by offering a three-scoop option. Blue for Viagra, Yellow for Cialis, and Pink for Keppra – a delicious way to cure the problem.

(Viagra is available in 25 milligrams, 50 milligrams, and 100 milligrams. For most patients, the recommended dose is 50 milligrams.)