A natural aphrodisiac from the Spice Islands
Island Pride™ Double Trouble
SEAMOSS --- Aphrodisia Marina, Phallus Duratus
Ready To Drink - Delicious With Evaporated Milk
Wakes up the men! Invigorates the women!
Ingredients: Seamoss, Bois Bande4, Sugar, Water, Spices, Citric Acid, Sodium
155ml Made by Capricorn Enterprises, LTD, Carriacou, Grenada,
Seamoss is a form of seaweed (species Gracilaria and Eucheuma) that occurs naturally in the
Caribbean Sea. It is dried, pulverized and sold either as a liquid or jelly, in the
Saint Lucian islands where it has a hearty reputation as a potent
aphrodisiac. It can be found under a variety of brand names including
Creme de la Mer, Seamoss Jelly, and my favorite, Double
Trouble. Seamoss is consumed as a drink, either straight up, or mixed
in a variety of punches. It is also used in puddings, and desserts.
Seamoss is also used in a variety of beauty products.3
The seamoss plant grows in the ocean a few feet below the surface and has no
roots, leaves or flowers. The plants consist of seaweed fronds attached to
a central stem that is anchored to a rock or other stable surface allowing the
plant to float and absorb sunlight and nutrients from the surrounding
seawater. Commercial seamoss mariculture1 is practiced on several islands
in the Caribbean, including Grenada, St. Lucia & more recently
1/2 cup Seamoss Jelly
1/2 cup evaporated milk
1 TBS honey
Dash of Angostura bitters
1/4 tsp fresh ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp fresh ground nutmeg
1 peeled banana
Juice and pulp from one orange
Juice and pulp from one mango
1 cup ice cubes
Blend and serve with crushed ice
Tropical jelly mould2
This jelly can also be used in place of ASPIC for setting any fruit,
vegetable or fish mould.
1 bottle. Creme de la Mer seamoss jelly
11/2 lbs diced tropical fruits (except pineapple)
1 tbsp sugar
Toss fruit and sugar. Add Creme de la Mer Seamoss jelly. Put mixture into
mould and leave to set in refrigerator. Remove from mould when set and serve
with coconut cream or fresh dairy cream.
But what you are still wondering, is whether the widespread and enduring
reputation seamoss enjoys as an aphrodisiac is deserved, right? Without
getting too graphic, let me just say, that based on my personal experience,
OMFG!Throbbing pulsing tumescenent glistening nirvana awaits you...
1 Seamoss mariculture cultivation: http://www.ncrpsonline.org/seamoss.htm
2 Seamoss products, information & recipes: http://www.slucia.com/seamoss/
3 Seamoss beauty products: http://www.beautyhabit.com/molton_marine.html
4 Boise Bande (french for "Hard Wood"!) is another
Caribbe aphrodisiac: http://www.caribbean-connexion.com/exports/afrodite.htm
Seamoss Cocktail Suggestions
Announcing a quest, well sort of... I'm looking for some
plausible drink recipes for seamoss cocktails. /msg me with any
- Lay a dollop of seamoss in the bottom of a shotglass,
- Add a hit of Rose's Lime
- Float Cuervo 1800 Tequila on top.
Down the hatch!
says I'm not much for coming up with drink recipes, but here goes...
(1) Put seamoss in a glass.
(2) Add gin.
Jet-Poop says Momma may have raised a fool, but she didn't
raise any boy who wanted to eat seaweed. ;)
- In a cocktail shaker filled with crushed ice add:
Two oz. Double Trouble Seamoss
- Two oz. Kahlua
- Two oz. cheap vodka
- Six oz Half & Half
- Shaken not stirred. Makes two drinks
Other Helpful hints:
Cletus the Foetus says I don't know I can advise mixing
alcohol and aphrodisiacs....
momomom says "Phallus Duratus" TOO funny but does it cure the Living with mismatched
Chas4 says Homeopathic Viagra!