“Your scent makes my heart leap.” “When I hear your voice, my heart pounds.” “Your hair feels like velvet.” “Your kisses taste like vanilla.” When we are in love, we may feel our senses of smell, hearing, touch and taste are heightened – but what role does sight play? 30 brave singles are ready to find out in a new TV experiment, 5 Senses for Love – Marry Your Blind Date, a Redseven Entertainment production launching on SAT.1 in April.
Sabrina, 29, from Schleswig-Holstein would like to meet the man of her dreams in this experiment and ultimately say “yes” to him. The first step in her quest to find great love: breathing in its scent out of a box. Sabrina is one of 15 female and 15 male singles between the ages of 23 and 46 who all share the same dream of finding love in 5 Senses for Love. The contestants can smell each other, hear each others voices, touch or taste each other. But the couples are only allowed to see each other once they have already agreed to marry based on those first four senses.
The engaged couples will then get to know each other better on a dream holiday to the Greek island of Naxos. Who can trust their senses and start a new life with a ring on their finger?
5 Senses for Love – Marry your Blind Date will air from April on SAT.1.