Yes, seltzer & sparkling water are essentially the same: carbonated water. Carbonated water is different. In this case, you're drinking mineral-rich, naturally carbonated spring or well water.
Spindrift's sparkle: Real juice is used. Dietitian Alanna Waldron, RD, says it tastes "natural" without "natural flavours." Spindrift's coloured sparkling waters are sweet & low in calories.
Lyssie Lakatos and Tammy Lakatos Shames love that POLAR is sugar- & sodium-free. With 18 flavours Cranberry Lime is amazing, you'll never get bored.
Dietitian Cara Harbstreet of Street Smart Nutrition says Bubly's products are unsweetened & caffeine-free. She loves the brand's fun packaging & flavour expansion.
Recess' fun flavours are always in my fridge. Organic blends like blackberry chai & coconut lime feature superfoods like hemp & ginseng.
I couldn't leave Waterloo sparkling water off the list. Blueberry, pineapple, & watermelon are unique flavours.
Perrier isn't just a drink your parents order at a fancy restaurant. Lakatos & Lakatos Shames say it's calorie-free & made with spring water, carbon dioxide, & natural flavours.
I love this sparkling water's flavours. It's the perfect afternoon pick-me-up without caffeine. I love mixing it with alcohol for cocktails & always get compliments.
Waldron admits she may be biassed, but she loves "New York" seltzer water for its bubbles. She drinks this brand when she wants a carbonated drink without sugar.
Harbstreet enjoys San Pellegrino's variety. If she wants something bubbly without too much fizz, she drinks mineral water.