5 Aphrodisiac Cocktails You Can Enjoy All Year Long
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5 Aphrodisiac Cocktails You Can Enjoy All Year Long : There may not be a lot of concrete scientific evidence that aphrodisiacs actually work. But, who really cares? These cocktails by Junoon's Hemant Pathak were created to celebrate love—and they're beautifully well-balanced. Enjoy them and see what awaits.
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