Sunny D Hard Seltzer – Boozy Nostalgia?

Sunny D Vodka Seltzer Reviewed

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My bad purchasing decisions once again have led me to review something I would never normally drink, Sunny D Vodka Seltzer.

Most of us have some vague memory of the original Sunny D, in that funky shaped bottle, and the odd soft feeling in your mouth when you drank it, not to mention the bizarre citrus flavor, that taste a little too orange.

On a recent camping trip, I picked up some Sunny D Vodka Seltzer, just because.

My Review Of Sunny D Vodka Seltzer

At first smell, Sunny D Vodka Seltzer has a pleasant orange smell. Then comes the taste test. It is difficult to put words to just how this stuff tastes. There is definitely a shot of orange in there, but it isn’t the same as the stuff you used to get for breakfast. After the first flush of orange fades, there is a weird aftertaste that is reminiscent of that powdery drink taste that you get with powdered tang.

Is Sunny D Seltzer good? I would give it a middle-of-the-road rating. I wouldn’t go buy it again, but I wouldn’t pass one up if it was handed to me. Should you try it? If you like seltzers then you might give it a shot.

Sunny D Vodka Seltzer Carb and Calories Count

Sunny D Vodka Seltzer is a pretty low-carb drink as alcohol goes. Each can has only 95 calories and a meager 2 grams of carbs. Really there is not much to this drink aside from some bubbles, a little bit of alcohol and a bunch of funky orange flavor.

Sunny D Vodka Seltzer Ingredients

The people that make Sunny D Vodka Seltzer play it close to the vest on the ingredients for their hard seltzer, but they do disclose that there are no artificial sweeteners, and the sweetness comes from Stevia. Beyond that it is vodka and ‘natural flavorings’. At least it isn’t sweetened with that DNA damaging Sucralose.

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