Spiked Seltzer: Great idea, great drink
Some ideas are so simple, and so brilliant, I can’t help but feeling sort of heartsick for not having thought of them myself.
Forty years ago, I came up with an idea for a game that involved hitting a little ball across manicured landscapes toward a small hole in the ground, only to discover that game had been around for a while already. Hey, I was only a half-dozen centuries late.
I recently discovered another brilliantly simple new idea: Spiked Seltzer.
If you’ve never heard of Spiked Seltzer, that’s because it’s new, and it’s not yet available in all states. But if you’re a fan of light, refreshing adult beverages, you need to seek it out.
Spiked Seltzer is seltzer water infused with fruit essences and containing 6 percent alcohol. No sickly sweetness of most mass-produced ciders or hard lemonades, no heaviness of beer, no alcohol bitterness. In fact, you can barely taste any alcohol – just fresh, crisp, bubbly goodness.
Spiked Seltzer comes in four flavors so far: Indian River Grapefruit, Valencia Orange, Cape Cod Cranberry, and West Indies Lime. I drink a lot of flavored sparkling water, and these four flavors are better than any of my normal non-alcoholic refreshments. (And I’m not just saying that because of the booze. I think.)
Talk about a simple idea: add alcohol to flavored sparkling water. Brilliant!
It just makes me sad that I didn’t think of it myself. Oh, well, time to drown my sorrows in Spiked Seltzer…and try to come up with my own million-dollar idea….
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Back in 2007, you were opining about Watermelon Fizzes...I see not much has changed.
Well, I'll ask you to revisit a 2007 blog:
What say you?
But cheers, anyway!
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