White Claw's New Alcoholic Seltzer Has Less Booze and Only 70 Calories
And the flavors sound absolutely delicious.
I love White Claws, and I have zero shame about it. They're seltzer-based, so they're fruity without being cloying and healthier than most mixed drinks (they're low in calories, have just 2 grams of carbs per can and are gluten-free). Plus, the skinny cans are portable, so they're perfect for bringing to the beach, pool, tailgates and parties.
But the best part about White Claw is the variety of amazing flavors. Current flavors include Black Cherry, Ruby Grapefruit, Natural Lime, Raspberry, Mango and Pure Hard Seltzer. But today White Claw announced they're adding three new fruity flavors to their lineup: Tangerine, Watermelon and Lemon. (Say it with me: YASSSSSSSS!)
According to a media release, Tangerine tastes like refreshing citrus that's "a little more sweet than tart." Watermelon has flavors of bright, ripe fruit and "is clean and refreshing to taste, not a syrupy candy." White Claw's new Lemon flavor has apparently been in development for over two years, and the media release says the pure, crisp citrus flavor is developed "using a cold-pressed technology with lemons hand-picked on family farm." While the farm-to-can lemon story seems a little extra for booze associated with college kids, I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to try it ASAP.
The three new flavors will join White Claw Mango in a 12-count variety pack and will be sold at retailers nationwide for $16. (You can use their store locator tool to find your closest store.)
According to White Claw, these flavors came from "an outpouring of flavor requests from tens of thousands of eager and passionate consumers via social media."
Even though "they're ain't no laws when you're drinkin' claws," we encourage you to enjoy these new flavors responsibly.