Once everybody is settled, the person, who can still see, will squirt a bit of one of the lubricants onto the agreed-upon area of the body. (We really recommend the genitals for a bit of playful fun!) Once it's there, they'll guide the taste tester's head gently to the area - where the taste tester needs to lick up the lubricant - and report back what the flavor is.
On "Easy" mode, you'll give the taste tester a list of different options to choose from while they try to decide what the taste is. On "Hard" mode, the taste tester has never seen what flavored lubricants you purchased, and they'll have to guess entirely from scratch.
Consider setting a "passing grade" for this one. If the taste tester is correct that number of times, you'll both do a fun activity that you agreed-upon before you started this sexy journey.
Okay, we weren't going to make it through an entire list of fun stuff to do with flavored lubricants without mentioning the obvious. Flavored lubricants were literally designed for oral sex! Apply lightly at the beginning of your pleasure session and reapply as often as you'd like. Flavored lubricant can give oral sex a different taste and just some added slickness that's a nice departure from the regular activity!
Not necessarily into the taste? Consider adding the flavored lubricants to some of the nearby areas. Most flavored lubricants have a dessert-like smell in addition to the taste. Adding flavored lube nearby will allow you to enjoy the scent without necessarily tasting it. The crease of the thighs is a particularly sensitive area in most bodies, so consider adding the lube there and add some pleasurable touches there during your oral sex session.
Flavored Lube Basics 101
Okay, so now we've definitely piqued your interest. "Hell yeah," you're saying, "let's get into that tasty lube!"
Just a second! Just like non-flavored lubricant, there's some things you should know about flavored lubes before you go nuts.
When it comes to flavored lubricants, the biggest concerning offender is sugar or sugar-like substances. After all, we all want our flavored lubricants to taste delicious! Glycerin is a metabolic by-product of sugar, which can potentially upset the balance of the vagina for people with glycerin sensitivities. If you're sensitive to vaginal imbalances, it's best to choose lubes that don't contain glycerin. To avoid potential problems, choose lubes that use Stevia or other glycerin-alternatives which are non-fermentable (which means it doesn't feed yeast which causes the issues!)
Of course, since this is a lube, it may also have some of the other lubricant ingredients to avoid depending on your body and your sensitivities. Most of these ingredients aren't necessarily dangerous, but like all things about our bodies, anatomy, and sex, some of us are more sensitive to some things than others.
That's it, though! See? That wasn't so bad! Just check out the ingredients list ahead of time - especially if you have sensitivities - and watch where you're using it, and you're good to go! So, now you're ready to try those delicious flavors of lubes! Sexy Strawberry, anyone?