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If you are looking for an orange soda with that unique European flavor profile, look no further than San Pellegrinos juice-laden sparklers, Aranciata. (Thats orange.) Each serving contains 12 % real fruit. Already popular in Europe, importers expect that thirsty Americans will soon be drinking these delicious new beverages up, too!
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review by . May 21, 2013
Disclaimer: I get these locally, so am not going to delve into areas like how shipping costs make this expensive. My focus is on the product itself. Compared to the San Pellegrino Aranciata Rossa (Blood Orange) Sparkling Water, which is bitter (in a good way), this one is light and sweet. It's perfect on a hot humid day.    As noted by others this (and the rest of the juice flavored sparkling waters from San Pellegrino) have a high sugar and calorie content. At 140 calories and …
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