Frequently Asked Questions

For the latest information about online orders, check our shipping policies page.

When will I get my order?

We start processing orders as soon as they're received, and usually ship within a week. From there, transit times vary by location, but most carriers will tell you 1-3 business days.

You'll receive tracking information when your order ships, which you can use to follow your order until it is delivered. You do not need to download the Shop app.

Can I speak with someone about my order?

Processing and transit times are less predictable than ever right now, but if you need to make a change or think there may be a problem, please follow these steps:

1. Email with your order number in the subject line. You will be connected with our lovely director of sales and operations, Jenny. (They're the best.)

2. Be patient. We are normal people who need rest, so we take nights, weekends, and holidays off. That means it may take 1-2 business days to respond. (Any longer than that is probably not on purpose, so feel free to follow up.)

3. We can't guarantee any changes or after you've placed an order, but we'll do what we can to accommodate.

My order arrived damaged. What do I do?

If your order arrives after being damaged in transit, please reach out to within 10 days of receiving the package. Please include your order number in the subject line, attach a photo showing the damage, and let us know if you would prefer a replacement or refund.

We cannot guarantee a refund or replacement if you do not email us within 10 days of receiving the package.

UPS Ground doesn't work for me. Can you ship via another method?

If you are unable to accept deliveries via UPS Ground (e.g., if you would like to use a PO Box), please email us at and we'll see what we can do.

How do I pause, swap, or cancel my subscription?

First, create an account using the same email address you used to place your subscription order. You can do that here.

Then you will be able to login to your account to pause, swap, or cancel your subscription.

What is a leisure soda?

Don't overthink it.

What is amaro?

Read more about amaro and what that's got to do with us here.

Do the sodas contain alcohol?

Casamara Club's flavors are inspired by Italian amaro and other alcoholic beverages, and we approach our recipes the same way any great bartender would, but all of our leisure sodas are totally non-alcoholic.

Do the sodas help with hangovers?

We've heard from some people that our drinks can help with a hangover, but there isn't any real, scientific evidence we're aware of to back that up.

Are the sodas gluten free?

None of our ingredients contain gluten, but we aren't able to guarantee that the facilities we produce in are certified gluten free and our drinks are not certified gluten free.

Are your sodas safe during pregnancy?

We haven't received any certifications that our products are "pregnancy-safe," so we aren't comfortable making that call. What we can do is share more about our ingredients and process, so that you can make an informed decision with your health care professional.

Our drinks are made with sparkling water, lemon juice, sugar or honey, sea salt, and what most food/drinks makers would simply lump under the term "natural flavors." (See the next question for more on why we don't use the term "natural flavors" on our labels.) We know some people aren't comfortable eating or drinking anything with "natural flavors" or "natural essences" on the label, especially while pregnant. That's why we share each and every ingredient on the back of each can or bottle, and on the page for each drink.

One ingredient we've been asked about is our juniper extract, since Onda, Como, and Alta each contain a few drops (less than 0.3mL).

What's your problem with "natural flavors"?

We only use real botanical extracts, and label them transparently, because we don't like the way "natural flavors" and "natural essences" can be produced and labeled in the US.

Let's say your favorite grapefruit seltzer has "natural grapefruit flavor" listed in the ingredients. That means the producer put some real grapefruit extract in there, but that's also been cut with other ingredients. Typically this means dozens of other chemical compounds (which they don't have to tell you about) to make the end result cheaper and more consistent, and to make you crave more of it.

As long as those compounds are derived from "plants, meat, dairy, seafood, or anything else from nature," all they have to put on the label is "natural flavor."

Does using botanical extracts instead of natural flavors/essences make your product less consistent?

Yes, it can! We're proud of the fact that each of our botanical extracts may taste a bit different each time we produce it, based on all sorts of natural and agricultural forces that are totally outside of our control.

Producers of "natural flavors" control for variation by using cheap chemical additives to maintain a consistent flavor profile. But that just seems boring.

Why do you add sugar/honey to your drinks?

Because it tastes good. Sugar-free sweeteners like stevia, monkfruit, and aspartame have never tasted that great to us. Sweetening with fruit juice alone can be delicious, but it can overpower the botanicals we want to highlight.

We think a few grams of real sugar is a much cleaner, tastier way to add depth of flavor to the botanicals we're playing with.

How should I store your drinks?

While we prefer to drink them cold, you can store our soft drinks at room temperature.

Can I mix Casamara Club with alcohol?

Why not? We make our soft drinks to be enjoyed on their own, but we've had plenty of fun using them as mixers. Check out the Recipes page for some inspiration.

How can I find Casamara Club at my favorite shop/bar/restaurant?

Check out our Find page to see if we're available near you.

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