What are chocolate condoms?

Chocolate condoms are condoms that taste and smell like chocolate. These type of flavoured condoms are designed with oral sex in mind as primary use, although many chocolate condoms on today’s market are perfectly safe to use for vaginal and anal sex, too.

Chocolate-flavoured condoms may be made of natural rubber latex, polyurethane, or polyisoprene. The flavour is given by a flavoured lubricant that coats the exterior of the condom. The lubricant can contain natural or artificial flavour.

Is chocolate flavour in condoms natural or artificial?

The chocolate flavour in condoms could be natural, but some brands may use artificial flavours instead. Each brand will usually write on the condom package what types of flavours are being used.

Considering that we live in a world concerned about health and wellbeing, brands love to brag about their healthy products. Thus, most brands that use natural flavours for their condoms and lubricants will usually advertise it openly.

If the condom package doesn’t specify what type of flavour is used, you should assume it is artificial. No matter what type of flavours the brands use, you can rest assured that all flavoured condoms are coated with food-grade ingredients that are safe to ingest in small quantities.

Are chocolate and cola condoms the same?

Cola and chocolate condoms may look alike at first glance – they usually have the same colour, or they are transparent. However, the flavour is not the same.

Cola condoms taste of liquorice. These condoms are often flavoured with the natural aromatic extract of the liquorice plant root, the bittersweet taste reminding of anise or fennel. Because the famous cola beverage has hints of bitter orange and anise, most brands use cola as a name for their liquorice condoms, mainly for marketing purposes.

Chocolate-flavoured condoms, on the other hand, taste like chocolate. There may be a taste difference between various condom brands, just like there is a difference in taste between the various types of chocolate. Because the smell plays an important role in our perception of taste, Skins Chocolate condoms, for instance, may feel sweeter than other chocolate condoms due to their sweet vanilla scent.

Chocolate condoms can be flavoured with natural cocoa extract (these condoms may or may not be sweetened) or with artificial chocolate flavours.

What colour do chocolate condoms have?

Chocolate condoms can be transparent or black/brown in colour. Coloured chocolate condoms are usually see-thru, allowing you to see the details of your penis through them. They are not matte nor as dark as black condoms.

What brands make chocolate condoms?

Most brands that manufacture flavoured condoms have at least one chocolate condom option in their range. Among the most popular, we can mention:

EXS Chocolate Condoms

Cruelty-friendly and vegan certified by the Vegan Society, EXS condoms are an excellent choice for activists and those with a vegan lifestyle. These chocolate flavoured condoms have a nominal width of 56mm and are 194mm long.

They are black in colour and very fun to use. You can use these condoms for all types of sex – EXS Chocolate condoms come in a mixed flavour pack containing bubblegum, cola, and strawberry condoms in addition to the chocolate flavour. These condoms have an anatomical shape with flared head and teat end.

Skins Chocolate Condoms

Clear transparent in colour, these condoms are slightly smaller than EXS. They have a nominal width of 55mm and are 190mm long. Unlike the chocolate-flavoured condoms from other brands, Skins condoms don’t smell like chocolate.

They are instead infused with a sweet vanilla scent that can heighten the sensations during oral sex. Skins Chocolate condoms deliver comfort and have a standard design with straight walls.

Pasante Chocolate Temptation Condoms

These condoms are made of natural rubber latex and come in a regular size. They have a nominal width of 53mm and are 190mm – a great option if you need a slightly snugger fit.

Slightly thicker than EXS Chocolate, they still allow for a natural range of movement and natural sensations. Ideal for all kinds of sex, these condoms also impress with a pleasant, sweet scent.

As you’d expect from high-quality condoms, Pasante Chocolate Temptations provide excellent protection against pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. They also contain no animal-derived ingredients and are vegan-friendly.

Vitalis Chocolate Condoms

German brand Vitalis condoms have a nominal width of 53mm and are 180mm long. With a thickness of 0.07mm, they are thin enough to allow for a natural range of sensations yet strong enough to withstand anal sex and vaginal dryness.

Like all latex condoms, Vitalis Chocolate condoms are compatible with water and silicone based lubricants.

ON Chocolate Condoms

These condoms come from the same manufacturer as Vitalis but are part of a more affordable range designed for the youth. As resistant as Vitalis and as fun to use, they’re made of natural rubber latex coated with a silicone based lubricant.

These condoms are slightly wider than Vitalis Chocolate, with a nominal width of 54mm and a length of 185mm. ON Chocolate condoms also have fun packaging and are dark in colour.

Can I use chocolate condoms with a different flavour lubricant?

You can use chocolate condoms with any type of lubricant you want – as long as the lubricant is condom-friendly.

Condom-friendly lubricants are those intimate lubes that don’t alter the structure of latex (natural or synthetic). Typically, all water-based and silicone-based lubricants fall in this category. You can find many flavoured lubes that are condom friendly from EXS, Pasante, and even Durex.

Explore the Durex product range

One thing to pay attention to if you’re choosing a Durex lube is the type of product you’re buying. Durex is one of the major players in the condom market, but the brand also makes a plethora of intimate lubricants, massage gels, sex toys, and accessories.

Some 2-in-1 lubricants from Durex are not condom-friendly, despite their water-based formula. All products that are not suitable to use with condoms are clearly labelled, so you should always read the label or product description before buying.

Chocolate is the perfect combination with fruity flavours

Chocolate condoms are very versatile and suitable to pair with any other flavoured lubricant.

For instance, you can use them with a fruity taste for more fun. Intimate lubricants are available in strawberry, cherry, and peach flavours, all of which combine perfectly with chocolate.

A mint flavoured lubricant can add freshness, tingling sensations, and an extra layer of pleasure you wouldn’t be able to experiment otherwise.

If you don’t want to change the flavour but simply need more lube, you can pick from multiple chocolate flavoured or unflavoured options.

Are chocolate condoms safe?

All chocolate condoms on Condoms.uk are safe to use for all kinds of sex. Our goal is to help you live the most fulfilling and safest sex life and only sell condoms that you can use for oral, vaginal, and anal sex.

All condoms in our range comply with the UK and EU safety regulations. The brands we stock test their condoms electronically, and we only sell new products in their original packaging. The CE and/or BSI mark certifies the authenticity and safety of the products we sell.

Always check the label

However, you should beware of condoms you buy elsewhere. There are many chocolate condoms that aren’t safe to use for vaginal or anal sex because they contain sugar or sweetener. These condoms could cause a yeast or bacterial infection if introduced inside the vagina.

You should also know that some brands make condoms with leisure purposes – rather than sex – in mind. Those condoms are meant to use at parties, to play and have fun with, but they do not protect against pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections.

To stay on the safe side, you should only buy condoms that are labelled as safe for sex. Simply browse our range and pick your favourite chocolate condoms.

What can I do if I’m allergic to latex?

Chocolate condoms – like most flavoured condoms, as a matter of fact – are made of natural rubber latex. This material is preferred because of its excellent elasticity and resilience and because latex allergy is a very rare condition that affects less than 1 in 1,000 people in the UK.

However, if you or your partner have a latex allergy, you won’t be able to use latex condoms and, subsequently, chocolate condoms.

The easiest way to fix this issue is to use your favourite non-latex condoms with chocolate flavoured lubricant.

Beware of latex allergy symptoms

If you are allergic to latex, you should steer clear of latex condoms even if you’ve only had mild symptoms in the past. Mild symptoms include skin redness and rashes at the contact point (where the condom has touched your skin).

Moderate latex allergy symptoms are more generic and include rashes and hives on other areas of your body, watery eyes, runny nose, coughing, and sneezing. In rare cases, the symptoms can become severe and include breathing difficulty, arrhythmia, loss of consciousness, and even death.

For these reasons, you should only use polyisoprene, polyurethane, or lambskin condoms if you’ve been diagnosed as allergic to latex.

Why did chocolate condoms hurt my girlfriend?

The vagina is a very sensitive part of the human body, and there are various reasons why a chocolate condom may have hurt your girlfriend.

Can I use chocolate lubricant with textured condoms?

Many couples like spicing up bedroom time with textured condoms, but these condoms are not flavoured. If your partner doesn’t like the smell of latex but adores the scent of chocolate, know that you can use your favourite chocolate flavoured lubricant with textured condoms.

Where can I buy chocolate condoms?

You can buy chocolate condoms right here at Condoms.uk. Wondering why you should buy from us? Here are some advantages:

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