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PRODUCT: Sanpellegrino Sparkling Fruit Drinks

If you’d like a higher quality sparkling fruit drink, pick up some Sanpellegrino Sparkling Fruit Beverages. They’re made with real juice, as opposed to natural or artificial “flavors” (also called essences or extracts—see the note below). They can be a special treat for every day…or how about Father’s Day?

All are refreshing soft drinks and cocktail mixers. The flavors are familiar yet sophisticated:

  • Aranciata, orange
  • Aranciata Rossa, blood orange
  • Limonata, lemon
  • Pompelmo, grapefruit
  • Clementina, clementine
  • Melograno e Arancia, pomegranate and orange
  • Limona e Menta, lemon and mint
  • Chinotto, myrtle orange, a small bitter orange with an
    extraordinary flavor profile
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    And now, the new kid on the shelf:

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    A sparkling delight: prickly pear and orange from Sanpellegrino.
     

  • Ficodindia e Arancia, prickly pear and orange
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    Aromatic and soft pink in color, delivering bold sweet flavors balanced with a hint of tartness, it is a delight. We loved it!

    For now, the new flavor is an exclusive at Whole Foods Markets nationwide.
     
    Sanpellegrino soft drinks have been an Italian favorite, in 1932 when the iconic Aranciata was launched in Milan, Italy by Ezio Granelli. For more information visit SanpellegrinoFruitBeverages.com.

     
    A NOTE ON ESSENCES & EXTRACTS

    Essences or “flavorings” are chemically-developed, artificial flavors. They are typically cheaper than extracts.

    Extracts are flavors that are extracted straight from the source. For example, real vanilla extract is made by soaking vanilla beans in a neutral alcohol. The flavor leaches into the liquid, the extract.

    Buy only real extracts, and don’t buy the less expensive brand. The bargain may be more diluted with a less concentrated flavor.
      




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