Video Review: White Claw Vodka Soda
Video Review: White Claw Vodka + Soda
White Claw… Vodka? The spirits world brought a lot of surprises so far in 2023, but when the top-selling hard seltzer brand White Claw dropped a real-spirits line of vodka sodas, we just about fell out of our chairs!
Since 2019, White Claw has reigned supreme as the monarch of the hard seltzer kingdom. Ever since its debut in 2016, the brand has harnessed innovative methods, leveraging YouTubers and trendy hashtags to market its products. In recent years, White Claw has comfortably occupied the top spot. While other hard seltzer brands flooded the market with a plethora of new flavors annually, White Claw seemed content to let its competitors engage in the relentless pursuit of novelty. Nevertheless, there was one territory the reigning champion had yet to explore—venturing into the realm of genuine spirits. This was in stark contrast to the moves made by Truly Hard Seltzer and Topo Chico, who boldly embarked on this path. Well, a seismic shift occurred this year when White Claw introduced a brand new product line: White Claw Vodka + Soda.
As big White Claw fans, Seltzer Nation Testers David and Kira simply had to try the new White Claw Vodka + Soda Pack. In this video, the dynamic duo tries every flavor of vodka soda, gives their expert opinions, and ranks the flavors from worst to best.
Everything You Need to Know About White Claw Vodka + Soda
White Claw Vodka + Soda made its debut in four enticing flavors: Peach, Wild Cherry, Pineapple, and Watermelon. In an unprecedented move for White Claw, these vodka sodas incorporate real fruit juice and vodka. White Claw Triple Wave Filtered Vodka is distilled five times from 100% American Grain Alcohol. The brand proudly proclaims, “This is vodka reimagined, courtesy of the world’s first Triple Wave Filtered™ Vodka. Filtered under the pressure equivalent to a 30ft wave, resulting in an extraordinary, smoother finish.” Each can of Vodka + Soda contains 100 calories and a mere 2 grams of carbohydrates. Moreover, they are gluten-free. The alcohol content of these vodka sodas stands at 4.5% ABV, deviating from White Claw’s previous standard of 5% ABV for its hard seltzers.