Waterloo Refreshing Sparkling Zero Calorie Beverage

I'm one of those people who doesn't like to drink soda. I will on occasion, like parties or holidays, but outside of my morning coffee and nightly mug of tea, I generally stick to just water. No doubt I definitely get tired of plain water and often wish for something with a little flavor. 

I'm not a fan of those flavor packets or squeeze bottles because they are just too sweet for my taste. Maybe I just have a bland pallet since cutting out sugars, but I don't want overly sweet water, and I want to keep it at zero calories. 

I recently was sent a sampler pack of Waterloo Sparkling Flavored Water and I'm now a huge fan. Let me tell you how this compares to other brands of sparkling water. First, they come in all my favorite flavors. Grapefruit and coconut? Yes, please! The flavoring in these is the perfect amount and is very true to real fruit flavor! Not so much that it's too sweet for me, and not too little that you can barely taste it. It's absolutely the perfect amount. Waterloo gives you the bubbly sensation of soda, but without the calories, sugar, and caffeine, which ultimately is a huge selling point for me. I can have a bubbly beverage at my holiday parties without worrying about the ingredients and sabotaging my healthy diet. The cookies and great food, on the other hand, is another matter entirely. 

One thing I do want to say is that these are much better ice cold from the refrigerator. They are very refreshing. My children hate water, but I also hate giving them sugar filled juice drinks and soda, so I was ecstatic when they both loved Waterloo! 

Look for Waterloo in the bold, bright colored 12 and 8 pack cases at your local Whole Foods Market. And while we don't have a Whole Foods within 80 miles of where I live, I know I'll be stocking up next time we are in Pittsburgh! 


*Disclosure: This product was received as a sample in exchange for an honest, unbiased, review. The reviews and or opinions on this blog are 100% my own. No monitory compensation was received and I was not required to write a positive review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising. 


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