I was recently contacted by Cascal and asked if I was interested in sampling their natural soft drinks. Not having heard of Cascal before, I went to their website and checked it out. After reading their website, I have to say I was intrigued and excited to give it a try.
So what is Cascal? Their website describes it as “a delicious, natural soft drink crafted with natural juices and fermented for fuller flavor. It is complex yet has a refreshingly light and bubbly taste. The flavors range from more delicate to more robust and are the perfect complement to a meal or as a stand-alone refreshment.”
Cascal natural soft drinks are very different from other soft drinks. They don't really compare to the soft drinks that most of us are used to drinking. First of all, the Cascal soft drinks have no added sugar—they only contain sugar from the natural fruit juices which are fermented. They are also caffeine free, gluten free, and only have 60-80 calories per can. All that is great, but how do they taste? I found that all the flavors were delicious. The drinks were bubbly and refreshing, and the flavor combinations were wonderful. In fact, I had planned on telling you about my favorite flavor, but after trying all the flavors I couldn’t decide on just one favorite flavor!
Cascal comes in five different flavors:
- Crisp White with notes of pear, apricot, and magnolia
- Ripe Rouge with notes of cherry, rose, and chocolate
- Fresh Tropical with notes of mango, jasmine, and kaffir lime
- Bright Citrus with notes of lemongrass, tangerine, and pineapple
- Berry Cassis with notes of black currant, tangerine, and lemon
Giveaway has ended ~ Congratulations to Kristin! Thank you to all who entered!
The nice people at Cascal are giving one Dulce Dough reader a case of Cascal in the flavor of the winner’s choice! So what flavor would you like to try?
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Restrictions: This giveaway is open to U.S. residents.
Disclaimer: No monetary compensation was received for this review and giveaway. I received samples of Cascal to try, however the opinions expressed here are entirely my own.