For those in search of something classic.
This aperitivo leisure soda tastes like a light and refreshing spritz made in the style of a Negroni. It's non-alcoholic and not very sweet, so it's good to drink on its own or with food. Imagine an extra dry craft soda that's satisfying like a "long" cocktail, but without any alcohol or fake sweeteners.
In the mood for something classic? Have a leisure soda and take it easy
Prefer aluminum? Alta is now available in cans.
- Real botanicals
- 15 calories
- No fake sweeteners
- No alcohol
- Drink it straight.
- Pour into a glass with ice and an orange twist.
- If your G&T is too sweet, try Alta instead of tonic water.
- Pair with pepperoni pizza, charcuterie & antipasti, or happy hour oysters.
Ingredients: Sparkling Water, Lemon Juice, Demerara Cane Sugar, and Extracts of Italian Chinotto, Juniper Berry, Orris Root, Mandarin Orange, Allspice Berry, Clove Bud, and Anise, with Mediterranean Sea Salt.
Nutrition Facts: Serv. Size 1 bottle, Amount Per Serving: Calories 15, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 70mg (3% DV), Total Carb. 4g (1% DV), Sugars 4g, Protein 0g. Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
So glad to find a mock tail that's not too sweet
They are my non-alcoholic beverage of choice, and I love all the flavors (with a slight preference for the Alta). Im so thrilled to see them in cans now.
I've tried all of the flavors and Alta is my favorite. At first, I did not like Capo or Sera but they do grow on you. Are they really expensive? Yes. Could you get a similar vibe by adding a tea bag to sparkling water? Probably. Is it a solid product? Yes. Sometimes the high price tag is worth it to support a unique and high quality product.
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