A vaginal discharge relating to a vaginal yeast infection will have the appearance of cottage cheese and may have an odor that is slightly like bread or beer because the underlying cause of the infection is essentially a fungus.
A pungent scent or strong fishy smell is not normal and may indicate an infection. Speak to your doctor, especially if you’re experience itching, fever, or other symptoms.
A lot of people feel shame about their Vaginal odor smells, so try not to feel bad about it or make your partner feel bad about it. Your main concern should be pleasing your partner and having fun doing it. Of course, if you really can’t stand the taste you can use a dental dams or condoms! Dental dams and condoms not only protect the users but also keep you from tasting whatever you are orally pleasing. Most products that advertise getting rid of vaginal odor smells/tastes are actually really bad for the vagina and vulva area and all the cleaning a vulva needs is washing with water.