Lubricant Lickeurs by Hathor Aphrodisia

Lubricant Lickeurs — Coconut Orange        4 oz $22.00 CAD

Gina & Kevin introduce us to Lubricant Lickeurs from Hathor Aphrodisia.

Gina:  “I’ve never been one for flavored lubes.  The whole concept seems silly to me.  But I also don’t like the taste of regular lubes.  They taste funny.  Basically, I just avoid, as much as possible, coming in oral contact with any lube.  So when we were asked to review Lubricant Lickeurs I said to myself, ‘Oh ick!”3-lubricant-lickeurs-sm.jpg
Kevin:  “I was of the same mind as Gina.  I mean, how juvenile?  By the way, I love the natural taste of Gina’s pussy, like fresh out of her panties.  I suppose it helps that she vegan.  Her juices are naturally sweet and I can eat her all day long.”
Gina:  “He sure is talented in the department, I must say.  There was a time that I was uncomfortable with him doing oral on me, but now I love it.  It helps that it isn’t a chore for him.  It’s taken me probably as long to warm to the idea of giving oral to Kevin too.  But now I’m such a bad girl that I don’t even give it a second thought.”
Kevin:  “Actually, she’s a natural-born cocksucker.  She just needed to liberate herself from all the Catholic school repression.”
Gina:  “But enough about us; back to the Lubricant Lickeurs.  Neither one of us wanted to disappoint the good Dr, so we agreed to try it.”
Kevin:  “And damn if we both don’t absolutely love this stuff.”
Gina:  “Yeah, so much for our natural prejudices, huh?  But I must say, Lubricant Lickeurs is a grown-ups version of flavored lubes.”
Kevin:  “It’s like Hathor Aphrodisia didn’t simply make a lube and then try to flavor it as an afterthought with some artificial flavoring.”
Gina:  “Lubricant Lickeurs come in three organic flavors.  The one we have is Coconut Orange.  Think macaroons with a hint of citrus.  Yummmmy!  Oh, and the packaging get high marks too.  I love the heart/vagina/flower/sperm logo”
Kevin:  “This is a water-based lube, so it’s condom safe.”
Gina:  “Because there’s a sweetness to it I was concerned that it might be unhealthy for my vagina.  Sugar is  not a good thing to introduce into a vagina.  So I went to the Hathor Aphrodisia website and discovered, to my great delight, that this product is sweetened with stevia, an herb belonging to the Sunflower family; not a sugar.  This means not only is it safe to be used in and around a vagina, diabetics can use it too.
Kevin:  “This stuff rocks!  Like Dr Dick said, it makes a great stocking stuffer.”