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Beyoncé’s name is synonymous with a slew of words: beautiful, successful, talented and — probably first thought of by many — wealthy. While the music superstar has built a massive empire throughout her 23-year career, that apparently does not exempt her from finding a good bargain, and BeyHive members are trying to get their hands on what appears to be her latest cheap indulgence.
In a photo set posted to her Instagram page over the weekend, showcasing her stunning red Valdrin Sahiti gown, Queen Bey was all smiles. In the second-to-last photo in the sequence, the mother-of-three posed for the camera while holding onto her car door. While she looked stunning, attentive fans couldn’t help but notice a pink bottle with a yellow cap resting in the door’s cup holder. This led to a social media hunt to find out what the “Spirit” singer was potentially drinking.
If you’d like a taste of what Queen Bey is sipping, we’ve learned that the bottle in question is the Dragon Fruit Mango flavor of Lemon Perfect’s Cold-Pressed Lemon Water. Currently retailing for $2.69 on Amazon, the product appears to currently only be available to Amazon Prime members. However, non-Prime members can enroll in a membership, complete with a 30-day free trial.
Made from organic California-grown lemons, the drink is described as “a blissfully refreshing superfruit beverage — with zero sugar and only five calories.” It is packed with essential electrolytes, a “blast of antioxidant vitamin C” and is certified USDA organic.
In addition to what appears to be Bey’s flavor of choice, Dragon Fruit Mango, the drink comes in three other flavors: “Just Lemon,” Blueberry Açaí and Peach Raspberry. If finding out Lemonade-crooner Beyoncé favors a beverage made primarily of the yellow fruit isn’t the perfect way to kick off your week, we don’t know what is.
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