Students training to be chefs in Colombia are about to put the narcotics trade out of business: Their Viagra dessert experiment is the biggest thing to hit the country since well-endowed men.

Burgeoning culinary artist and inadvertent matchmaker Juan Sebastian Gomez and his cronies concocted a new gelato-like combination of passion fruit and crushed blue pills that will have Ben & Jerry's panicking if a version makes it to North America.

Gomez told the AFP that women are just as turned on by the dessert as men, confirming other reports that erectile dysfunction drugs can also be effective for females.

"They eat slowly, savoring every little spoonful. They take very small portions and after a few minutes begin to smile and confess that they feel delicious little tickles."

Keep reading to watch the video and get the history of the Viagra-in-food trend.

First off, check out the behind-the-scenes action, which involves a blender, a cocktail glass and whipped cream (in other words, everything needed for some food-related foreplay or at least a reenactment of "9 1/2 Weeks"):


The trend of chefs putting Viagra in their food creations started this summer, when the London shop The Icecreamists had a hit with a bright blue dessert that had old people and random pedestrians fornicating in the streets. (Not really, but the potential was there.)

The Sex Pistol, an ice cream that retails for £11.99 (about $20), turned out not to actually have any Viagra in it; calling it "Viagra Ice Cream" was part of its marketing strategy to make people think the combination of ginkgo biloba and guarana was really working. In Japan and Hungary, however, you can buy Viagra ice cream, which is supposedly laced with the drug, and any American supermarket will have drinks made from Acai berries which, as your last 8,000 spam messages will tell you, is the Viagra of the Amazon.

Be careful trying any of these with a ladyfriend: Men of the Internet report chafing and other complications after their girlfriends became addicted to Viagra-infused sex. Seriously.