Oysters have long been considered an aphrodisiac, as far back as the ancient Greeks. Today, most people are quick to laugh at the though of sexual enhancement from an ocean critter, but back in 2005 there was a study done that shows there might be some truth to the old wives' tale after all. As it turns out they have zinc and some amino acids which are important to the production of testosterone in men and progesterone in women.
While there does seem to be some credence to oysters as a libido booster, does it really matter whether their effect is physiological or psychological? Either way oysters make a great alternative to the usual (read boring) Valentine's Day gifts.
Flowers wilt and chocolate is the norm. A romantic seafood dinner, on the other hand, says special. This Valentine's Day treat your sweetheart to something unique.
|This year try some Wild Belon Oysters|
|Or maybe the Lover's Lobster Dinner|
Valentine's Day is on Saturday, February 14th. If you place your order by the end of day on Wednesday we can ship on Thursday for a standard overnight delivery on Friday.
Or for those of you who like to wait until the last minute, you can place your order on Thursday for a Saturday delivery (usually arrives by noon) just in time for dinner that night.