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Summer 2022 - “Driver-Safe” Wine-Themed Party Refreshment

The summer heat leads us to crave cooling food and drinks. Interestingly, drinking cold beverages helps our bodies combat the summer heat. 

Drinking sessions during summer are inevitable. But there are ways in which you can enjoy your summer without getting drunk. 

 Take summer as a time where you can bond with family and friends. Instead of alcohol, make non-alcoholic drinks.  You can mix and match fruits to create the perfect beverage fit to beat the summer heat. 

 Many non-alcoholic drinks are available in the market to enjoy this summer without getting drunk.  Always remember, the only way to be sure you are safe to drive is to not drink alcohol at all. Stick to soft-drinks or alcohol-free drinks under 0.5% and you’ll be able to enjoy a great night out without having to worry about the drink driving limit!

 

 

 

About H2O Sonoma Soft Seltzer
H2O is the first-to-market wine-infused soft seltzer. It remains the market leader in its pioneering new category of zero-alcohol wine-themed refreshments. H2O is designed for health- and safety-conscious drinkers who wish to enjoy the intensely-flavored grape varietals traditionally reserved for wine, but without the alcohol. H2O provides the nuanced flavors of California fine wines, and yet is also refreshing. It is reminiscent of wine, but light, sparkling, and uniquely hydrating. H2O Sonoma Soft Seltzer has benefitted from California Polytechnic University's collaboration and support, and from peer-reviewed accolades published in scientific journals acknowledging H2O’s successful efforts to create nonalcoholic wine refreshments with health benefits. H2O Sonoma Soft Seltzer officially launched in 2021 following a year of extensive research and development, and a series of successful market tests in 2020.

 

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/558620203/just-in-time-for-dry-january-h2o-sonoma-soft-seltzer-announces-the-perfect-drink-when-you-re-not-drinking


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