A NEW alcoholic beverage at Walmart will soon be available to Costco shoppers too.
Everyone has memories of enjoying one juice bag or two when they were a child.
Mizo is an alcoholic soda sold in a juice pouch that closely resembles a Capri Sun.
Each sachet contains 4.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) and is non-carbonated so there is no bloating.
Shoppers can choose from several flavors: Original Lemonade, White Peach, Mango Passion Fruit, and Blackberry Lychee.
Mizo boasts that it has 85 percent less sugar than the leading soda brands and only 90 calories.
The company announced on Instagram last month that it would be expanded to Costco.
Fans flooded the comments with praise and excitement about the expansion options.
“Let’s go I can’t wait to get some when I get there,” one person wrote.
“My friends group would live with it,” one person wrote.
Another added: “I need a whole case.”
The lemonade is already available at select Total Wine and Ralph’s locations.
So far, the drinks aren’t listed on either Costco’s or Walmart’s websites, but Mizo has one Store locator on his website.
ANOTHER NOSTALGIC HARD SELTZER
Hard seltzer has become the trademark of this generation.
Many companies that produce alcohol have dabbled in the seltzer game.
In a big leap of faith, Sunny D started his own business Vodka Selters.
The drink many people remember from their childhood has been transformed into a sparkling 4.5% alcoholic beverage.
Each four-pack contains 12-ounce cans, made with real fruit juice and zero grams of sugar, each containing just 95 calories.
“Consumers have a passion for this iconic brand that’s rooted in nostalgia but has a taste that resonates today,” said Ilene Bergenfeld, chief marketing officer for Harvest Hill Beverage Company.
“Many have told us that they like SunnyD as a blender and have asked about this product.”
Bergenfeld added, “So we looked at the Hard Selters category and thought, ‘Fine, but we can do better.’ And SunnyD Vodka Seltzer was born.”
And they definitely did better.
In a blind taste test, 57 percent of the participants stated that the SunnyD Vodka Selters tasted better than the Hard Selters they normally drank.
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