Tasting Miracle Berry Fruit – Fruity Fruits

Tasting Miracle Berry Fruit – Fruity Fruits

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*”Fruity” music.* Greetings, my lovelies! Hi, it’s Emmy. Welcome back to another Fruity Fruits! Today, I have something quite special — and it is this: it’s a box actually, but the box contains something special! It’s called a miracle fruit or miracle berry. So these were sent to me by Miracle Fruit Farm down in Miami, Florida. Eric, thanks so much for sending these to me. I am so excited to taste these little fruits. Here are the fruits. They’re beautiful; they look a little bit like cranberries — a little bit longer, but they have that same kind of beautiful pomegranate-cranberry colour to them. According to this little card that Eric included in the package, miracle fruit contains miraculin, or “murasulin”. It is a special protein that alters the taste receptors in your tongue, so things taste different: sour things taste sweet, and yeah — so, I’m super excited to see what happens. So, besides just being novel and fun these fruits also have some practical benefits: cancer patients that are undergoing chemotherapy have found benefits, in terms of making food taste more palatable and removing some of that metallic taste, so that’s really great! There’s also been a study that diabetics have seen improvements with their insulin balance as well. I’ll put all that information in the links down below, if you’re curious or interested. So! Let’s go ahead and get to the fun part, which is the tasting. Alright, here we go! Itadakimasu! [Let’s eat] Mmm… The fruit itself is really good. It’s initially a little tart; very sweet; a little bit peachy too, just ever so slightly. Kind of a little bit apricot-y. But good! Upon Eric’s recommendation, the first thing I’m going to try is a little bit of seltzer and some lime. He says it tastes like soda, so let’s give that a taste. Add some seltzer. Add a squeeze of lime juice. Alright, here we go! Cheers! Mmm! Wow! That’s amazing! I smell the lime, but I don’t really taste it. It just tastes… a little bit like Sprite, or 7-Up. Amazing! There’s no sourness at all. Super! Next, let’s try grapefruit I’ve already prepared a grapefruit, and I’ve got some juice as well, so, let’s go ahead and give a grapefruit slice a try. This is a ruby red grapefruit. Here we go. Itadakimasu. Oh my gosh! I love grapefruit, and if you’ve never had a grapefruit before it’s nice and tart, and it has a really nice bitterness to it as well. Love it. But this completely alters it, entirely. It becomes, like, syrupy sweet… but you still taste some of that grapefruit flavor. Super odd, because it’s so sweet. There’s no bitterness at all. It almost does kind of a weird thing to your teeth too. All right, let’s try the juice. Kanpai! Woow. That’s really weird. It’s sweet, but it changes the flavor too. It almost tastes savory. Mmm. I don’t like it as much with the juice. So the next thing I’m gonna try are something that’s not exactly my favourite. They’re dill pickles Because they’re nice and sour, there should be some sort of taste alteration. All right, let’s give it a taste. Itadakimasu! Whoa! When I think of taste, I think a lot about the sense of smell, but I still smell the dill pickle, but I don’t taste any of the sourness. Amazing! Amazing. Now that I’ve had a few things, I’ve noticed that it not only changes the flavor in your mouth, but a little bit down in your throat too. There’s a little bit of sweetness that kind of remains there, I think from the pickle. Interesting! Like I have sweet receptors or something down my throat. That’s totally bizarre! I wouldn’t say that’s an improvement necessarily because it’s just — it tastes like relish to me, but…very bizarre and interesting. Okay, next we’re gonna try strawberries. So we have a beautiful bowl of strawberries. Here we go — let’s give that a taste. (ectaluckymas) Oh my gosh! It’s the sweetest strawberry I’ve ever had. Those are so good. It’s as if you took a strawberry and just dipped it in sugar. And, yeah. Amazing. It is so good. You still have all of that lovely, fresh strawberry flavor, but then it’s just super sweet and delicious — it’s like the ripest, freshest strawberry you’ve ever had. Mmm! Of the things I’ve had, this one is definitely my favorite. It doesn’t alter it in the sense that It still tastes like strawberry, it just enhances it in a way that just makes it so much better. Delicious! Next I have some balsamic vinegar — great, classic vinegar that you put on salads As far as vinegar goes, balsamic vinegar is a rather sweet one, but it’s still very pungent and piquant so… Yep, very strong vinegar smell. All right, let’s give that a taste. Here we go! Wow! That’s…crazy! It does give you a little bit of a burning sensation because you are having this very strong vinegar, and I feel that in the back of my throat and my tongue, but the taste is completely different. I can taste the amount of salt in there, and it’s delicious! It’s completely altered. It still smells very vinegared, but not nearly as sour or strong as it would be…otherwise. It’s great. It also has a syrupy quality to it as well. Next, for something fun, I thought I’d try this: this is a Warhead, extra sour candy, and I can’t really stand these. I can only keep it in my mouth for a couple seconds, because it’s just too sour. So, of course, this is a chemical reaction — this is just citric acid — and I was just curious to see what the reaction would be to the miracle berry. So these hard candies have this kind of powder on them that make them really sour. All right, here we go. Mmm! I can taste the apple flavor — and the sourness is no problem! If you haven’t seen my Warhead tasting, I’ll put that link down below. I couldn’t keep this thing in my mouth at all; and it made my eyes water; but because of the miracle berry, it’s completely palatable, and it’s good! It tastes like a nice, sour, apple candy. The last thing I have is this: and it’s a banana. And so, I’m not sure what the flavor reaction will be for this — if there’ll be any reaction — because this is not a sour fruit; but I don’t really care for bananas, as most of you know, so if this is truly a miracle fruit maybe it’ll make this taste good. Let’s give it a taste. Here we go! Ummmph… It still tastes like a slimy banana…. It didn’t really change that at all. I think my hangup with bananas is really just about texture, it’s not really about the flavor — I actually like banana flavor — I love banana cooked in all kinds of things. It’s just the slimy texture that I just find really off-putting. Amazing. All right, so that wraps up my miracle fruit tasting. Eric, thank you again so much for sending me these fruits — it was amazing! I’ll put all the information to his farm down below, if you’re interested in finding these fruits with the tablets all the information will be down below. I think it would be really fun to do this as a group — if you had a party or something — and everyone does a big tasting — I think that would be super, super fun. Let me know in the comments below if you’ve had the miracle berries before; and what was your favourite taste experience; because, yeah, I always wanna know! Don’t forget to like, subscribe and follow. I hope you guys enjoyed that, and I hope you guys learned something, and I will see you in my next video. Toodaloo! Take care! Byeeee! He sent me a note, and it’s really a taste comparison of a specific kind of chocolate bar that comes from Sweden, and it’s called the Daim Bar. Delicious!

100 thoughts on “Tasting Miracle Berry Fruit – Fruity Fruits

  • Rachel Magowan Post author

    Emmy cracks me up "i dont like the slimy texture of bananas"….loves natto. Lol

  • Kimberly Dalessandro Post author

    My mouth is watering as I think about sour fruity fruit. lol I'd love to try these!

  • Liwiathan Post author

    ultra vanilla.

  • Countess K8 Post author

    I love that intro

  • Joey Kelly 01 Post author

    I love dill pickles

  • Wealllovemerylstreep ! Post author

    Your reactions to the foods are priceless

  • humorpotamus Post author

    I want to know what arugula or bitter melon taste with miracle berry.

  • Yamil Montes Post author

    That intro song XD

  • Deea Banu Post author

    we eat these in childhood.they sell them on mountain tracks.i never noticed the sweetening effect because we only eat them when theyre unripe so they are veryyy sour.

  • Chelsea F Post author

    I had this in pill form and almost made myself sick eating sour cream. It tasted like icing

  • midwestfruitjungle Post author

    Have sour cream, tastes like pudding or sweet yoghurt

  • W T F Post author

    Eww the chewing and swallowing noises are disgusting. 🤢

  • Dr. Duck MD Post author

    thats how strawberries are supposed to taste

  • acar acarentz Post author

    Try this with salmiaki

  • Soaring Seal Post author

    W A W such strong WAW

  • DarkXenith Post author

    Glad to know I'm not the only person in the world that hates the texture of bananas ><

  • Sardonicus Maximus Post author

    Visiting the country of my parents origin decades ago, I found that in that area people commonly made a rose hip concentrate by cooking them down. Then bottling the concentrate to use as a awesome drink just by adding cold water to taste, I think it was sweetened also. Those berries remind of that

  • Brianne Pitt Post author

    Ohh, almost missed this one as it wasn't in the fruity fruit playlist!

  • Ram Laska Post author

    4:35 It may be worth noting to EU viewers that strawberries in the U.S. are pretty terrible. In general, they're tasteless tart bits of cardboard, or at best, super-sweet, but lacking in that true ripe strawberry flavor. When I had strawberries in Copenhagen 5 years ago, I just about flipped my lid. They were so sweet and succulent. Here in the U.S., we get oversized tasteless dollops of red crap.

    So that's probably why she's so surprised. Miraculin probably makes U.S. strawberries taste a little more like true strawberries. 😀

  • Tracy Robinson Post author

    People "you're supposed to leave a like at the end ". Me " but it's Emmy! " I always like her videos, duh.

  • Wendy Kenson Post author

    What kind of witchcraft??!!?!

  • Tina W. Post author

    You complain about bananas?! The Queen of slimy Jell-O??! Now that's what's weird.

  • J Ruiz Post author

    Try frozen bananas, that's the only way I can eat them with there texture

  • Sparxo Post author

    2:22 the FACE

  • Kahldria Leighsun Post author

    Here in Oregon we have these giant mutant bright yellow Banana slugs, like a 12incher is a small one. Well finally someone else gets the slimy gross banana thing cause when I try to eat banana that is all I can experience is nasty texture, mucus, like (you guessed it) a banana slug. Yeeeeeeeeeuuuuuuuuuck! lol

  • Buckeye TC Post author

    hates the slimy texture of a banana but can eat fermented bean slime? 😣🤔

  • Loopy Adrian Post author

    These fruits grow everywhere in Romania lol

  • howtopasstime Post author

    Your voice is really relaxing

  • I. G. Post author

    Can the miracle berry cure my anxiety and depression?

  • Dom The Alien Post author

    What is it she says before eating something?

  • Human Potato Post author

    Why the fuck does her hair look like she just walked straight out of dragon ball Z

  • Peppy the Clown Post author

    I don’t think I could do miracle berry, reminds me too much of that day where I had eaten a bag of old peanut M&Ms and puked the next morning and the acidity of it was so bad that everything tasted sweet for at least an hour afterward. I couldn’t even drink water without it tasting like skittles. Which all that probably sounds awesome but I had just puked horrific acid peanut sludge and went through the fears of A. my water being Not Water or possibly tampered with something (maybe antifreeze, I hear some of that stuff tastes sweet) B. something neurological was happening to me and i was having a stroke at 20, or, after I realized my vom probably had something to do with it, C. my stomach acid had permanently damaged my taste buds and I would only taste sweetness forever. Considering it wasnt fading thirty minutes later those fears really carried. Anyways my lesson here being: don’t eat 3-month-old+ peanut candy at 1 in the morning.

  • Nerd Painter Post author

    I've never had one but i got a seed and the tree is about 2 inches tall so far. i hate florida and want to leave but i can grow all sorts of amazing fruits here that you can really grow anywhere els in the states so I'm staying for all my baby fruit trees.

  • Anthony Post author

    How do not like banana's because of a slimy texture…but you love natto ?

  • Lookat Mi Post author

    Woah this is the first of your videos I have watched and I have subscribed! Emmy my mouth is watering lol

  • Lucy Erda Post author

    I think I'll try Miracle Berry before eating really sour or vinegary foods people keep telling me are good for me. I wonder how eating a Miracle Berry would affect the taste of Durian fruit.

  • William Mills Post author

    Watching you wat that grapefruit my mouth was watering non stop. I LOVE grapefruit.

  • mike hunt Post author

    You missed the best opportunity… you should have eaten a lemon. It tastes like lemonade!

  • MICHELLE ROSS Post author

    I wonder what cucumber, celery, & radish would taste?

  • Aleyah Malone Post author

    That grapefruit looks beautiful. I kinda wanna try these berries 😄…..

  • Aleyah Malone Post author

    Watching this, I kept seeing how she raised the stakes with each item and it took me by surprise

  • Caitlyn Riesco Post author

    I live right down the street from the farm and I never knew about it!!!

  • Brooklyn Augustine Post author

    What the heck does she say before she eats . Putitockimas Please help me out

  • leanna wattley Post author

    What is it you say before you try?

  • Kid Gamer Post author

    M a d e i n c h i n a

  • Kid Gamer Post author

    2:04 meme of the day

  • Hazydaze Post author

    “I find the slimy texture of banana off putting” *Eats snails, stinky beans and brains” lol

  • tenguojo Post author

    i was eating a banana while watching this & when she reacted to it i was like NOMS ON BANANA HAPPILY cause i lose them XDDD

  • AceTheMemeLorde Post author

    I wonder if you could make a lemon-lime seltzer, add some miraculin, bottle or can it, and market it as a diet soda

  • Nightshade Kelly Post author

    Im buying some of these for my burthday sleep over party (im turn 16 in November) and were going to be playing a sour food rolelt game with them

  • Summer Weger Post author

    They look like dragon berries from dragon tales

  • Dale Moscrop Post author

    My friend's father grows miracle berries in his garden, absolutely incredible. Kumquat's taste amazing after one

  • RocknRoll13ZH Post author

    Emmy you can seriously be a voice action 😆 your voice is so soothing!

  • Lola Roberts Post author

    Grape fruit tast like crap. Or utter chemicals. (Just an opinion)

  • helena gutierrez Post author

    Ok in every I watch relating to this NO ONE EVER LETS US KNOW IF WE SWALLOW THE BERRY OR NOT

  • Shan Shan Post author

    How long does that last?
    And how to take the effect of that fruit off

  • Lucia Fiero Post author

    I need these berries to help me eat fruit so that I don't die of ill health. Since I almost never eat fruit.

  • Butter Scotch Post author

    Wooooahh this is amazing!

  • Butter Scotch Post author

    Hahahhaha Emmy i love ur endings!! Don’t ever stop doing them!!😂😂

  • Jenna Marie Post author

    Omg I’m so happy I rediscovered your channel!!

  • Christina L Post author

    Hi Emmy!! I'm a huge fan of your videos! Upon watching this video I bought the miracle fruit tablets and tried it with my boyfriend. It actually works and it is amazing. We are currently trying everything edible in the house and having so much fun!! Thank you for making all your amazing videos :3

  • randolphd1200 Post author

    Eats years old duck eggs, finds bananas off putting. LOL I understand textures issues. I love the flavor of flan but can't eat it.

  • Jessica Langman Post author

    Anyone know where you can get the fresh fruit or tablets in the UK?

  • Tehya Mendez Post author

    watch shane trying them i love it

  • sungieluv Post author

    0:00 same

  • XxTheFadedScourgexX Post author

    Your voice is so soothing

  • N Kemp Post author

    They look like rose hips! Also, 1000th comment yeehaw

  • thisispreciouss Post author

    I've been watching more and more of your videos and your soothing voice may be the reason why. 🙂 Love from Philippines

  • zameer khan Post author

    Can i use fr lossing weight

  • Yvette Ponce De Leon Post author

    My mouth watered when I saw the warhead. Still watering!

  • Rachels Artwork Post author

    Does it change the taste of pussy ?

  • Stephanie Jennifer Post author

    you have such a lovely voice and you describe flavours beautifully. thank you for making these videos.

  • great now I’m sad Post author

    I feel the same about bananas. I absolutely LOVE things like banana bread! But bananas by themselves… they’re okay. I love fruits because they are usually fresh and juicy and sweet. But bananas? No, they’re just slimy and thick and nasty I guess. I’ll eat them but, only if I have to. I’m sorry if you read my whole comment because it’s just a rant about bananas.

  • blue smurff Post author

    She talks a bit like a stoner lol

  • JW L Post author

    Late to the party, but – was this from the effect of just the one berry you ate at the beginning of the video, or did you have more of them off-camera?

  • Tom The Plummer Post author

    Shot of vodka makes it perfect

  • The world is crazy and you know it Post author

    I can really recommend trying these out! Sour lemons or grapefruits suddenly taste like they have been sweetened with a ton of sugar, it's amazing how the enzyme in the berries ("miraculin") changes the perception of taste.
    I bought them as small pills (that are basically just the freeze-dried berries)

  • The world is crazy and you know it Post author

    The amazing thing about the enzyme inside the berries is, that you could perhaps completely leave out sugars in every meal or drink you consume. Sugar is actually addictive, since body (and mind) become dependent.
    High sugar intake does change the brain chemistry, too: Daily consumption of sugar (on average) is already too high for most people, since it's almost impossible to cut out sugar if you're not willing to cook (almost) everything home-made.

  • Minion Doge Post author

    My father bring some of this, from his friends. It's my first time to eat this berry and he said, when ever you eat sour fruits or something sour it will change the taste and it will turn sour to a sweet taste. Well he showed my after he eat a lemon and he said ummm.. its so sweet…. so i tried one and eat this berry and then after i eat the lemon… well he said is sure true XD….. now we are planting this in our backyard…

  • Vincent Productions Post author

    there is a special place in hell for those who don't like bananas.

    just kidding, i love your content emmy, keep up and goodluck.

  • Earl Myung-Dea Alex Post author

    Yes this fruite works. Makes sour things taste sweet
    BTW dont eat too much Sour, later you will feel the side effect of eating too many sour stuff LoL.

  • Chinchilla Fuzz Post author

    You're literally the most adorable person ever ❤ Thank you for making wonderful videos 🍇🍈🍉🍊🍋🍌🍍🥭🍎🍏🍐🍑🍒

  • Siddich Post author

    Does anyone kniw the botanical name?

  • Lauren Bea Post author

    Emmy you remind me of my friend! She is nice and kinda looks like you except with long hair. 😇💗🤠🌻🌼👽

  • Moyia Zamora Post author

    I used to like bananas until I got pregnant with my second son. He is 21 now still can't eat a banana!

  • reginaldo oliveira Post author

    😂….bem divertido ver o espanto das pessoas ao apos consumirem o milagre e experimentarem algum fruto citrico rs rs….tenho a muda do milagre e a cada pessoa que dou um fruto sempre mesma reaçao de espanto kkk

  • kieti Theodore Post author

    its a wild fruit here in africa

  • PhotoBomb Post author

    Aa

  • PhotoBomb Post author

    What would happen if the m berry was condenced into a gas, would that gas change the way you smell things?

  • PhotoBomb Post author

    And guys, she dosnt expect a fresh fruit to taste and feel slimy and mushy, unlike nato where its prefered

  • Bethany Taylor Post author

    We did this at a birthday party, ao fun

  • Justice Bernal Post author

    Why is texture such an issue for most people? if they like the flavor then what's the problem? This seems reminiscent of some bizarre superstition.

  • Jennifer Pickner Post author

    Take a shot every time Emmy says, "Amazing!"

  • Ryan Privee Post author

    Hates bananas and pickles but eats rotten, fermented slimy nato, seafood, bugs, etc. —makes perfect sense…

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  • Tan Vu Post author

    Don't try this fruit guys. It totally messes up your taste for several hours. Everything you eat or drink will taste like sugar. Even chilly pepper doesn't taste hot at the tongue when you chew it (but it would burn at the throat when you swallow it). You can't enjoy food at all because it makes everything taste the same.

  • WJK Post author

    Great video… though whole white grapefruit (vs red grapefruit) would have been a much better comparison, especially seeing how red grapefruits are almost candy-like in taste vs white grapefruits 🙂

  • Господин Ли Post author

    Emmy, it is no longer the late 90s or early 00s, please don’t style your hair like that. Thank you.

  • sus2731 Post author

    if I eat this fruit and then drink my disgusting protein powder shake do you think it will make taste nice? or coffee?

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