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Big news in the world of sparkling water! SodaStream just gave its beloved machine a major upgrade.
The new sparkling water maker, called the Art, is SodaStream’s most advanced product yet. It features a sleek, retro design and a handle on the side for adding carbonation to your water. (Previous models use a button on the back for carbonation.) Just take a look at it — it’s so pretty, you’ll want to keep it out on your countertop 24/7. Go ahead, show it off.
SodaStream Art, $129.99
You don’t have to plug it in, and there are no batteries required. Simply snap in the patent-pending Quick Connect CO2 Cylinder, put the bottle in place and press down on the lever for sparkling water.
You can also add flavor! Choose one of SodaStream’s several flavor options, from lemonade and strawberry watermelon to ginger ale and kombucha. Just make sure you add the flavor drops after you carbonate the water.
According to the product description, one SodaStream bottle can save up to thousands of single-use plastic bottles. Plus, you will save money by making your own sparkling water at home. Seriously, it tastes just as good as, if not better than, what you can buy at the grocery store.
However, one thing you may not have thought to use a SodaStream for is making bubbly craft cocktails. Think about all of the cocktails that call for a splash of soda water: The Aperol spritz, mojito, gin rickey or a simple vodka soda, to name a few.
SodaStream recently partnered with 2019’s World’s Best Bar and New York City favorite, Dante, to create the SodaStream Art x Dante Cocktail Kit. The kit comes with the Art as well as a custom shaker, a jigger, three Soda Press flavors and three cocktail recipes for a unique take on the paloma, a whiskey orange and the Moscow mule. Keep in mind there’s no alcohol included in the kit — you can use whatever you have at home.
Each drink recipe reflects the sophistication you’d experience at Dante in NYC’s West Village — but you can make them at home for yourself or guests. It’s so easy.
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