To speak about taste, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Bitter - having a strong, sour, usually unpleasant taste;

Bland - if food is bland, it does not have much taste;

Creamy - like cream or containing cream;

Crisp - crisp food is pleasantly hard;

Crunchy - crunchy food is hard and makes a noise when you eat it;

Hot - hot food contains strong spices which cause a burning feeling in your mouth;

Mild - not having a strong effect;

Salty - tasting of or containing salt;

Sickly - unpleasant and making you feel slightly ill;

Sour - having a sharp, sometimes unpleasant, taste or smell, like a lemon, and not sweet;

Spicy - containing strong flavours from spice;

Stodgy - stodgy food is heavy and unhealthy, sometimes in an unpleasant way;

Sweet - with a taste like sugar;

Tasteless - having no flavour.

Be careful. The chilli sauce is very hot.

This wine has a mild taste.

Is the soup too salty?

I've been eating too many stodgy puddings.