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This Sparkling Water Tastes Like Marshmallows

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Sparkling water usually comes in zesty flavors like lemon, lime, grapefruit, or cherry. While I do love me some marshmallows, the idea of bubble water that tastes like the sugary treat seems a little odd to me. But that’s exactly what the guys at Ugly Drinks have created.

Part of the drink company’s series of limited-edition flavors, the marshmallow sparkling water is unlikely to be sticky sweet, as it doesn’t have any sugar in it. Instead, it just captures the essence of what makes a marshmallow taste so yummy. I’d imagine that involves lots of vanilla. I’m thinking maybe it’s like a nice cream soda, minus the calories. I’m definitely intrigued by the idea, but haven’t had a chance to taste any for myself at this point.

If you want to try some marshmallow sparkling water, you can pick up a 12-pack here. With a price of $2.50 a can, you’re looking to gamble 30 bucks on something you may or may not enjoy after the first few sips. Ugly Drinks’ other limited-edition flavors include Cherry Cola and Sour Apple, which both sound pretty tasty for something with no sugar or calories.



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