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Sparkling ICE Mountain Spring Water, Pomegranate BlueBerry, 17-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 12)
- Bold Flavor, Great Taste, Zero Calories
- Refreshing, Caffeine Free
- Naturally Flavored Sparkling Mountain Spring Water
- Contains 3% Juice
- Enhanced with Vitamins and Antioxidants
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Flavor: Pomegranate BlueBerry
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Edit: Changed my review to 1 star, I had this on monthly subscription for less than 12 dollars, and I randomly checked my subscriptions today, and saw they changed the price, with absolutely ZERO warning to 20 dollars. You can get these at any store for around 1 dollar a bottle. What the hell Amazon?
Too good to be true? Almost. Ice includes Sucralose, an artificial sweetener with questionable effects on the body. If they could use an natural sweetener like Stevia and keep it from making the drink bitter, then I'd be totally sold. Another factor that leads me to take away a star is that they use artificial colors. Not a deal breaker, but I'd rather they didn't. However, if you want a healthier (and even slightly nutritious) alternative to sweet sodas and something a bit more flavorful that water, Sparking Ice might be the drink for you.
I tried other Ice flavors but none appeal to me like the orange mango. I've tried for years to find a replacement for Coca Cola in attempts to get off sugared drinks and been unsucessful until now. Ice has good carbination, appealing flavor and no sugar although it does have sucralose, an artifical sweetener, also known as Splenda. At this time, sucralose appears to be less problematic than high fructose corn syrup in soft drinks so I'm sticking with Ice.