Most curious guys have wondered at one point or another what their semen tastes like. But if you've ever given into your curiosity and actually tasted it for yourself which is totally fine! We don't judge! Some have even compared it to laundry detergent or battery acid. But are there ways you can actually make your semen taste better? The answer is yes — and specifically, pineapple juice has long been rumored to do the trick. But does eating pineapple or drinking pineapple juice actually improve the taste of your semen?
Are there really ways to make semen taste better?
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Thank all of the chemical compounds. What you consume on a daily basis — from certain foods to other substances — can change the compound composition, which will have a subtle effect on the flavor of your semen. That also means the taste can vary from person to person, so although semen is generally warm and salty, there will be unique differences in flavor. Diet does affect the smell of sweat, saliva, and other bodily fluids such as breast milk, so it makes sense to assume that diet may affect the taste of semen. However, not enough research exists to show a strong link between diet and semen flavor.
2. Load up on water
This may come lol as a surprise to many of you, but it turns out that drinking lots of alcohol, smoking a boatload of cigarettes, doing copious amounts of drugs and downing cup after cup of coffee is actually bad for your cum. It makes it bitter and gross, so if you want your sex person to swallow, lay off these things for a week or so. Or like forever. Even as there are things you should definitely not eat, there are also things you can eat. Semen on a good day tastes like sour milk mixed with damp socks. As much as guys would like to […].
Blowjobs are fantastic — you don't need a study to tell you that. They get taken to another level when you reach the grand finale and she swallows. But not all women are into it, a big reason being the taste. But what if there was a way to improve the taste so she lightens up to the idea? Good news: there is. And a lot of it comes down to what you're putting in your mouth pun unintended. Semen is only one per cent sperm, with the rest being made up of vitamins, minerals, chlorine, calcium, fructose, citric acid, nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, sodium and over separate proteins.