Delicious Sparkling Temperance Drinks

Victoria Grosella

Mexico
Victoria Grosella

Review

The flimsy plastic bottle has lost most of its carbonation by the time I tasted this one. Oh well. The English side of the bottle calls the flavor "red" but on the Spanish side it is labelled "grosella", which is red currant. The flavor is something akin to artificial strawberry mixed with watermelon and a little sour cherry.

For sugar water, its not a bad drink. Its well-flavored, not too sweet. Even without much carbonation there's enough sour flavor to give a little sizzle on the tongue, like a wild cherry Slurpee from 7-11.

Tart and flavorful, but needs more carbonation to be an exciting beverage.

fizz 2

refreshment 4

score 3

sweetness 3

flavor 4

Ingredients

Carbonated water, sugar and/or high fructose, citric and tartaric acid, natural and/or artificial flavors, artificial color (red #40) and sodium benzoate (to protect taste).

Made by

Embotelladora de San Juan, S.A. de C.V.
Ave. Central No. 241 Zona Industrial, Valle de Oro
San Juan del Rio Oro 76800 CP
Mexico