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My friend once compared drinking a can of sparkling water to watching TV static. My friend has probably never tried Waterloo Sparkling Water. If she had, it would have flipped the switch on her life. TV static off, colorful sips of carbonated goodness on. Now playing: effervescent entertainment.
I love Waterloo so much that when I moved to New York, with arms already full from a much-needed trip to Whole Foods, I risked slipping a disk to carry a 12-pack of lemon-lime sparkling water on the train from Manhattan to Astoria. This flavor deserves as much hype as McDonald’s Sprite (and I’d argue it’s even better, especially since it’s sugar-free and naturally flavored).
Waterloo’s natural ingredients come from vegan sources and all its selections are free of any major allergens. Not only does Waterloo provide a TV static-free experience, it also provides a BPA-free and chemical-free experience.
Waterloo Sparkling Water – 24 Pack
As for what sets Waterloo apart from other sparkling water brands, besides masterful flavor exploration and artistry and brilliant fruity combinations? Frankly, it just hits different. Take it from me and find out for yourself. (Plus, it’s naturally flavored. And there’s a summer berry flavor with mixed berries so that you don’t have to pick between blackberry and raspberry for your sip of choice this camping season.)
All in all, Waterloo’s team is super passionate about crafting tasty purified carbonated water that will leave you sparkling from the inside out. Just saying.
Check out Amazon, Target, or your local Walgreens to pop open the bubbling joy of Waterloo today. Like Abba, you are destined to love Waterloo forever more.
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