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What Makes Sparkling Water so Fizzy?

by Cascade Ice on October 14, 2019

“Sparkling Water.” We’ve heard the name so many times, especially now that sparkling waters are rising in popularity, and often considered a great alternative to sugary soda. But what exactly gives sparkling water those bubbles that tickle your tongue? 

Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water, is water that has been infused with carbon dioxide gas under pressure during the manufacturing process. Carbon dioxide on its own does not contain color or flavor, it just adds that bubbly fun sensation we crave to quench our thirst. 

Interestingly, a carbonated drink may even enhance digestion by improving swallowing ability and reducing constipation.

For best results, drink your Cascade Ice cold and keep the bottle (or can) sealed tight until you’re ready to drink it, the bubblier your drink will be! 

Cascade Ice Waters are healthier hydration options that provide fewer calories than soda, so it’s no wonder that more people are reaching for the latest flavors to satisfy their carbonated drink cravings.

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