Taste What La Croix Sparkling Water Is All About

If there was a popularity contest for drinks right now, La Croix would for sure win all categories. Not only is it known for its delicious flavors, but it's also a great alternative to what many of us have been drinking for years. I discovered La Croix Sparkling Water a few months back, and ever since then, it has been making a regular appearance in my fridge!

La Croix Sparkling Water

La Croix Sparkling Water recently released their new flavors to the market and I had the opportunity to give it a try. It IS just as good as everyone says it is. Check out this article by Washington Post, discussing the reasons why so many people are switching over to this beverage – it only makes sense!

La Croix Melon Pomelo

Raspberry Cucumber

These three new Cúrate flavors – Pink Grapefruit & Cantaloupe, Kiwi & Watermelon, Blackberry & Cucumber are all sodium-free, caffeine-free, calorie-free, and contain no artificial sweeteners. So if you are health conscious but want a drink you can enjoy, La Croix is a drink you have to try. It's always been hard for me to resist flavored drinks even though many of them, I knew were not good for me. Now, I can still have the flavor without paying for it after.

Kiwi Sandia LaCroix

Kiwi Sandia La Croix

My favorite so far is the Kiwi & Watermelon, even though all three are really good. Living in Las Vegas during the summertime is no joke. When I get inside the house after being in the heat, I always grab a can of La Croix and that refreshing, crisp feeling is awesome. It's good to drink by itself, and it also tastes great with all types of meals, which is why I like it so much.

If you've never tried La Croix, you should definitely check out their new flavors. You never know, it might become a regular for you. These flavors will be available at Target stores on 8/16.

This is a sponsored post on behalf on La Croix Sparkling Water. All opinions are my own.

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