What does female ejaculation taste like?

What does pussy taste like? A valid question and it has been probably asked more times than one would actually care to count. 

And really. Good question. Let’s go one step further – What does female ejaculation taste like? Well, that’s another handful right there. 

Let us here at Bunny Cam try to give a proper, almost scientific answers to these questions for all you eager readers out there.


We already knew about the phrase “the scent of a woman”, but taste… Well, we have to be honest – it still makes perfect sense. 

Honestly, this might be a greater concern for women than it is for men. A lot of males know how exactly women taste like down there. However, what about you ladies? Have you ever stopped someone from getting down there just because you weren’t really sure that you’re “fresh” down there? 

Have you been there?

Well, the good news is, unless you have medical conditions, such as bacterial vaginosis, you’re probably good to go. However, you might still feel that there’s room for improvement down there both in the smell and the taste department. 

Well, let us tell you right off the bat that the most popular descriptions (you know, like: fish and chicken), are complete BS. 

You’re probably relieved to know you’re out of the blue. 

However, you still want to know how it tastes. If that’s the case, let us put it this way: There are people out there who will tell you that your pussy kind of smells and tastes like your armpit after a little exercise – not stinky but a bit sweaty with a little kick of a metallic taste with a kick of sweet. 

Are you disappointed? We totally get it if you don’t want your thing smell like an armpit. So, what’s the big deal then?

Well, let’s just say that some of us here at Bunny Cam was also pretty curious and white-knuckled it. That’s right ladies and gents, we took up all the courage and stuck our finger down there. The result? Some of us reported utter baldness when it comes to taste, while others gave descriptions such as “salty”, “tangy”, “sweet”, “sour”, “lemony”… 

Crazy, right? 


Dr. Carol Queen cultural sexologist says that the taste and the smell of a woman’s thing will mostly depend on her body chemistry and generally, on her hormone levels. 

On the other hand, personal hygiene also plays a huge role in the picture. Chances are, if a woman takes good care of herself, she’ll smell and taste “cleaner”. That being said, if she has poor hygiene, she’ll also smell rather, um, let’s put it this way, fishy. 

On the other hand, it’s important to clean that pussy properly, meaning that women should also get rid of soap or another gel residue down there. Most of these compounds are filled with different chemicals which can only make matters worse if “the base” itself isn’t that pleasant smelling to start with. 


As stated already, proper hygiene can have a dramatic effect on the outcome. Some women don’t wipe themselves properly after visiting the restroom so the leftover urine (and, in worse cases, poo) can also make a world of a difference and make their pussy smell and taste just nasty and disgusting. 

Also, yeast infections and other health problems can cause a lot of problems from this perspective, not to mention menstrual blood, which can also make the vaginal fluid have a different taste & can alter the smell of the entire vaginal area

All that being said, it’s important to know that medical conditions, the particular contraception methods women are using, age, periods, and hormones will all play a huge role in determining how a pussy would taste and smell like.

In regard to age, it’s clear that aging can affect the production of vaginal lubricants, meaning that women have the most secretions following puberty, until menopause. 

Stress levels can also affect the picture, meaning that the more stress women have, the more pungent the taste of their vagina may become. 

Also, shaving regularly may decrease the “smell” if there is such a thing as a definitive smell. 

Contraception method, such as the use of spermicide gels can also alter the natural taste and smell of a lady’s thing. According to men, some of these gels do quite a number on both the taste and the smell of the vagina and would advise women to put it in far enough so they don’t have to deal with them. 


Do the things women eat affect the taste and smell of their vagina? Well, just like in the case of men and the taste of their sperm, there’s no actual scientific evidence in regard to this. 

As far as nutrition goes, women have reported that garlic and onions can make the vagina taste a bit bitter, while pineapple has the opposite effect, making the pussy taste sweeter.

Professionals will agree that the best tasting pussy will be a vegetarian pussy because the typical vegetarian diet is really low in saturated fats. Also, alcohol consumption, drug, and tobacco use also have a negative impact both on taste and smell making the pussy taste acidic and rather bitter. Non-alcoholic beverages can also make both the taste and the smell less appealing, however, if women consume enough water, it can “even-out” the taste


Ladies, if you’re concerned about how you smell and taste down there, the best thing you can do is to bathe regularly, keep your thing clean, eat lots of veggies and pineapple. Stay away from alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Finally, when a man is fully aroused, his senses become rather dull, and he’ll be just happy to get down there. 

That being said, tease the cr,ap out of him, before you grant him access! 


The truth is, that the smell and taste of a vagina will depend on a lot of different things. Periods, contraception methods, age, nutrition, lifestyle, and personal hygiene all play a huge role. 

That being said, if you’re looking for your best options, make sure to take baths or showers regularly, shave your thing, avoid using spermicides, avoid drinking, smoking, and drug abuse (well, you should avoid those anyway). 

Make sure to make healthy decisions in the kitchen by avoiding saturated fat and eating a diet high in pineapple and vegetables.

On the other hand, remember that certain medical conditions can also affect the taste and smell of your vagina. If you think that’s something fishy (sorry) down there, don’t hesitate to reach out to your doctor. Maybe it’s nothing harmful, maybe it’s a just a bad case of yeast infection. Having a professional look at it can save you from doing the guesswork yourself and can hook you up with the right treatment instantly. 

Lastly, if you’re just too concerned about how your vagina tastes and smells just make sure that your partner is aroused enough next time when you’re having fun. When they’re horny enough, their senses become rather dull, so chances are, your partner won’t be able to tell how your thing tastes and smells. 

However, you can also just be honest about your concerns. That way, your partner will know that this is a rather iffy topic and could help you combat it, by actually telling you that there’s nothing wrong down there. It’s worth it if it gives you peace of mind.

We hope that helps. 

On the other hand, if you’re looking for other tips and tricks regarding sex, browse through our blog section

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