Champagne and Food Pairings for Loving Relationships
15th July 2021
Champagnes and sparkling wines can go with all sorts of different foods. If you are starting a new relationship or maintaining one that has grown for years, you cannot go wrong with food. Even if your relationship has hit a muddy patch, you may be able to clean off the debris with a great pairing.
However, if your marriage or romantic relationship is on the rocks, you can also find a couple’s therapist at BetterHelp. This may help you get on the same page as your partner and allow you to pair with each other as well as some of these food pairings.
Let’s look at some foods that may go with your sparkling wine or Champagne that could spice up your love life.
Fruit can go well with a Demi-Sec Champagne or a bold, fruity sparkling wine. Not only that, but fruit is not overly filling so you can feel good while eating it with your partner. Plus, strawberries also look like little hearts!
Watermelon is a good choice because it contains L-citrulline, which is an amino acid that can improve blood flow. This can be beneficial to mood and performance in the bedroom. Any fruit that isn’t too messy or that is easy to eat with your hands can be fun and you can even try feeding the fruit to your love.
You knew this was going to be on the list! People around the globe believe in the aphrodisiac properties of oysters. While there is little evidence to point that this is being true, they are also tasty and just the idea that they could potentially boost sex-drive could act a placebo to work as an aphrodisiac.
Oysters are also high in iron, which can help supply oxygen to your body and cells. Try ordering a dozen oysters on the half shell and eating them while talking to your partner and sipping on some fine Champagne or Brut sparkling wine. Eating oysters can allow you to converse for longer without stuffing your face.
Vanilla is delicious and there is evidence that suggests it could act as an aphrodisiac as well. Whether you add vanilla to a dessert to share with your lover or add a vanilla bean or a few beans to your glass of Champagne, it can be a delicious and romantic option. Adding vanilla beans to a glass of Champagne can make for a smooth, bubbly desert-style beverage.
The evidence for the aphrodisiac effects of chocolate is limited, but chocolate can be romantic and elegant when paired with Champagne. There is no doubt that chocolate is often associated with romance and that sugar can stimulate our senses. Research suggests that chocolate can also boost mood by impacting serotonin and other chemicals and neurotransmitters. Plus, it tastes delicious!
Want to bring spice back into your love life? Well, some hot peppers will do it! Plus, the cool feeling of champagne washing over a burning mouth can be pleasant. The spiciness of the peppers can also release endorphins to boost mood and peak awareness. Plus, they can be added to a wide range of different dishes, cheeses and more.
Honey can pair well with a bold sparkling wine, plus it can boost mood and cognition. It can bring sweetness into your relationship, and you can put it on fruit, nuts, cheese, and more. I am sure you can find a creative way to add honey to your list of Champagne pairings that you want to try with your partner.
If you are looking for Champagne pairings that can be romantic, try the ones on this list first. They are tasty, go well with different sparkling wines and Champagnes and can boost your relationship and sex-life.
Written by: Marie Miguel, she has been a writing and research expert for nearly a decade, covering a variety of health-related topics. Currently, she is contributing to the expansion and growth of a free online mental health resource with BetterHelp.com. With an interest and dedication to addressing stigmas associated with mental health, she continues to specifically target subjects related to anxiety and depression.
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