How To Drink Alcohol Without Tasting It – 8 Methods!

A simple trick to drinking alcohol without tasting it is plugging your nose and pouring the drink as far back into your throat as you can.

I can confirm. It works with medicine and food as well. Plus, if you take a drink of water or something neutral BEFORE unplugging, that helps wash away all traces of the unpleasant taste.

Oh, do not try this with liquids that are too hot or cold, (far from room temp). Your tongue is what tastes and tells the temperature and checks if it’s safe to pass to your throat or not. Pouring something cold or hot straight onto your throat might hurt it badly.

If you’d love to avoid the bitter or cringy taste of alcohol but still enjoy it, try any of these methods:

  • Refrigerate alcohol mix lot of ice
  • Refrigerate alcohol, add iCE cream and little coke

If you drink too many and would love to sober down immediately for personal reasons:

  • After drinks, take 4/5 guava leaves, rinse and chew like beetel.
  • Keep swallowing the juice.

Now, how do you feel, haha?

The result is almost instantaneous. There is minimal residual small.

Use mouth freshener and move/drive around freely.

How to Not Taste A Shot Of Vodka

  • Inhale deeply
  • Take the shot while avoiding any bits of your mouth
  • Then exhale quickly

How To Take Shots Without Tasting It?

  • Take the swig/shot and immediately close your mouth.
  • Do not open it
  • Hold your tongue at the top of your mouth and breathe through your nose. Then count to 15 slow.
  • Now open your mouth. Whiskey just got easier to drink.

How To Take A Shot Without Throwing Up?

  • As soon as the liquid hits your mouth, immediately press your tongue against the upper mouth cavity and swallow.
  • Next, hold your tongue there for a little even after swallowing, and then release.

ALSO SEE; I’m Scared To Drink Alcohol For The First Time

How To Get Drunk Without Tasting Alcohol?

  • Open the bottle
  • Get a large glass
  • Turn on your tap and leave it running
  • Pour the content of alcohol into the glass
  • Inhale deeply and drink the alcohol contents in the glass, dropping it as far back in your mouth as you can and avoiding the tongue as much as possible.
  • Exhale and drink a glass of water. Repeat this step as much as necessary.

How To Drink Alcohol Without Tasting It

What Can I Drink If I Don’t Like the Taste Of Alcohol?

Water or anything else.

Water remains the healthiest thing you can drink.

Alternatives to water include soda, fruit juice, tea, kombucha, one of the various tonics available.

I Dislike Alcohol, But If I Drink More, Will I Eventually Acquire The Taste?

Yes, you would. But, why would you drink something you don’t like?

Alcohol can lead to various problems down the road, you know.

How Can Anyone Be An Alcoholic When The Taste Of Alcohol Is So Repulsive?

I’d let a patient of mine answer this.

Hi, there, my name is Jake and I’m a recovering alcoholic.

It’s simple. Allow me to illustrate.

I dislike exercise. It’s painful and when I do it, I feel like I can’t breathe, I get hot, and it takes up time. But, I absolutely LOVE the effects:

  • I have more energy
  • I look better
  • I have more stamina in other activities
  • I feel stronger
  • it improves my performance and mood

So, an hour of pain is worth the hours and days of feeling physically fit. Right?

Well, I also hate the taste of alcohol – it burns, is bitter, and leaves an acidic taste in my mouth causing an unpleasant breath.

Toward the end of my illness, my body would fight against alcohol. The smell of wine would make me gag, but I managed to chug it down because:

  • I love the way it makes me feel
  • I was more open and social
  • I felt warm
  • I became happier
  • it boosted my mood
  • it took away my pain
  • my emotions were numbed

So, an hour’s experience of acidic repulsiveness was well worth hours of escape from debilitating stress and agonizing feelings.

When things become unbearable, a trace of bitterness on the tongue is a non-issue when seeking a taste of the good life.

Author: Dr. Janet Hicks

Dr. Janet Hicks is an addiction medicine physician trained and certified to provide comprehensive care for addiction and substance-related disorders, including the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of such health conditions. With more than 25 years of experience, Doctor Janet Hicks helps you by providing all information required to educate yourself about substance detox and recovery.

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