Chocolate's reputation as an aphrodisiac flourished in the French royal court. Erotic art and literature were inspired by the seductive substance. Casanova, the infamous womanizer, made a habit of drinking chocolate before his romantic escapades. Even today, romantic lore commonly identifies chocolate as an aphrodisiac. It is believed that during the 17th century, lovers began exchanging mementos on Valentine's Day – sweet treats were one of them. In 1868, the first Valentine's Day box of chocolates was introduced by Richard Cadbury.

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Dark Chocolate

This fragrance will just make your mouth water! Just like rich, dark baking chocolate.
And you won't believe it the incense made with this oil is awesome!

1/4 oz
1 oz
4 oz
1/3 oz roll-on
2 oz room spray
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