Delicious and bubbly drinks don’t have to be high-calorie or unhealthy! This holiday, we stocked up on Seltzer water as the go-to main ingredient for some of our favorite beverages for holiday entertaining. We’re always hosting during the holidays and it’s nice to set up a Seltzer water ‘station’ where guests can grab a hydrating, delicious drink made with Vintage Seltzer.
It’s really as simple as picking up some Vintage Seltzer – I like original and Lemon-Lime. There are other flavors (10 in all) like Mandarin Orange, Lemon, Lime, Pomegranate, Seedless Watermelon, Raspberry, Raspberry – Lime, Wild Cherry…Yum!
I like to use the Seltzer to create fruit and herb infused ice-cubes. It’s a great way to add subtle flavor and color to your glasses of Seltzer – plus it won’t water down your drink! It is a great way to kick your Seltzer up a notch and add in even more natural flavor.
Infused Seltzer-Ice Cubes
Simply combine seltzer and fresh fruits, such as raspberries, blueberries, lime slices or herbs like mint and rosemary.
Pour seltzer into an ice cube tray, add fruit and freeze. It’s so simple to create these beautiful ice cubes that will leave your drinks both colorful and flavorful!
I like to enjoy my Seltzer quite plain — just some Lemon-Lime flavored Vintage Seltzer with some of my infused cubes thrown in.
It’s a great way for me to stay hydrated through a long holiday party and enjoy some bubbly fizz! It really is the perfect holiday drink.
Your guests may wish to enjoy the seltzer as is – or pair it with some fresh juices. You can really create some amazingly delicious and beautiful drinks with these infused ice cubes, fresh juices and even a little natural grenadine syrup for the kids to make a fun bubbly drink!
Why Vintage Seltzer?
Vintage Seltzer has long been a favorite of mine. Aside from the fact that it’s sugar-free, calorie-free, made with no added colors/dyes, artificial flavors and is low sodium, I love that it contains only two ingredients — Carbonated Water and Natural Flavors. ‘Natural Flavors’ may be an essence, extract or oil from the actual fruit that is listed on the label. Seltzer is different from sparkling water. It has to do with carbonation – Seltzer has more of that fizzy bubble and sparkling water has a bit more flavor and less bubble! For the holidays, I love the bubble!
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Vintage Seltzer is sold in 1 liter bottles and 12 packs of 12 oz cans. A 12 pack typically retails for $3.99 – making it a great pick for holiday entertaining!
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