Spindrift’s new Pink Lemonade sparkling water is like summer in a can

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I didn’t always like sparkling water, but when I finally came around, I was all in. I’ve become so hooked on the bubbly that I even invested in a SodaStream so that I make my own seltzer and drink as much as I want, without worrying about spending too much money.

Ask anyone who knows me, and they’ll tell you that I swear by my SodaStream. I regularly try to convince people to trade in their cans for one. I gave up buying sparkling water from the store long ago, until I tried Spindrift’s new Pink Lemonade flavor, that is. It’s one of their new summer creations, and let me tell you, it is so good.

Spindrift Pink Lemonade Sparkling Water – 8pk/12 fl oz Cans, $6.99

Credit: Target

I have no problem drinking sparkling water totally plain without any flavor whatsoever. I just love the burn. But the new Spindrift Pink Lemonade? Even I have to admit that it’s way better than the plain stuff. It is very reminiscent of what you’d get at a kid’s stand or from a fountain machine, except without all the added sugars and artificial colors.

Instead, the new Spindrift Pink Lemonade creation is made with five easy-to-understand ingredients: carbonated water, sweet cherry juice, lime juice, raspberry juice and lemon juice. It seems so simple, yet it tastes so freakin’ good. So far, I’ve sipped on it straight up, and I’ve also mixed it with other beverages to give them some effervescence. This really is the perfect summer drink.

Just in time for the warm weather, Spindrift also released two new additional flavors: Lemon Limeade and Strawberry Lemonade. The Spindrift Pink Lemonade is still hands-down my favorite, but you can shop all the new flavors at Target right now.

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