Suzie’s Organic Hard Seltzer Review: Citrus Flip

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Suzie's Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus Flip

Rating: 83 Points

Calories: 100

Carbs: 2g

ABV: 5%

Suzie's Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus FlipSuzie’s Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus is Strong and Pure

There are a vibrant array of citrus fruits, ranging from zesty lemons to tangy oranges and tart grapefruits. Citrus fruits have long been stars in the world of libations. Their history in alcoholic beverages traces back centuries. Revered for their ability to add a zing and brightness to mixed drinks, they are a favorite ingredient for mixologists. Citrus is renowned for cutting through the richness of spirits, amplifying flavors, and adding a refreshing twist. The marriage of citrus and alcohol creates a harmonious blend that tantalizes the taste buds. Eager to dive into this age-old partnership, we decided to put Suzie’s Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus Flip to the test.

Orange-Forward Hard Seltzer

As you take your first sip of Suzie’s Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus Flip, the aroma of citrus wafts up. It teases your senses with its fresh scent. The ingredients promise a tantalizing combination of grapefruit and lemon. And, the drink presents itself with a crispness that promises a genuinely delightful citrus flavor. Yet, an orange flavor overshadows the expected medley of various citrus flavors. That said, the orange flavor is delicious. There’s another slight drawback as the hard seltzer has an underlying taste of malt.

Organic Ingredients

Crafted from carbonated water and organic alcohol derived from cane sugar, Suzie’s Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus Flip boasts an organic citrus flavor. With just 100 calories and a mere 2 grams of total carbs and sugars, this gluten-free concoction presents itself as a relatively low-calorie and low-carb option. Sporting an alcohol-by-volume (ABV) of 5%, it maintains a clear appearance with effervescent bubbles that promise an enjoyable drinking experience.

Good Drink, Slight Maltiness

Suzie’s Organic Hard Seltzer Citrus Flip, while aiming for a citrus medley, leans more towards orange dominance. It also leaves a malt-like aftertaste that might not appeal to all palates. Despite its genuine citrus aroma and initial citrus burst, the persistent orange presence overshadows the intended diversity of flavors. Its lingering nature and slightly pronounced alcohol taste might pose challenges for those seeking a typical hard seltzer experience. However, its low-calorie, low-carb nature, delicious orange flavor, and decent carbonation might still find favor among those looking for an alternative libation with a twist.

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