Fizzy Lizzy has been pretty good to me before, and I haven’t had a grape drink in a while, so why not theirs? Artificial grape has always been one of my least favorite fake-fruit flavors (though if I come across cane-sugar Nugrape I’ll give it a shot), but this is fruit juice with seltzer, so…hopefully…
It smells like grape juice. That is, I suppose, a good sign.
First sip, I’m getting a lot of carbonation. The ratio of juice to seltzer here is 53 to 47, so the grape flavor may be a touch muted here. We’ll see.
Yeah, the fizz kind of cloaks the boldness of the grape. You get the grape flavor almost more as an aftertaste.
It’s a weird taste. Not unpalatable, but…it’s like if the carbonation was a black censor bar censoring the grape flavor. You get enough flavor to know what’s being masked, but that’s about it. Very strange.
100% of my daily Vitamin C, though. That’s good.
Looking at the other Fizzy Lizzy flavors…okay, I should try Raspberry Lemon. That sounds nice. Maybe Tangerine Passion Fruit if I get the chance. I almost want to say Raspberry Lemon was the first flavor I saw.
Also, Fizzy Lizzy is now owned by White Rock Beverages and no longer has its own site. That’s a shame.
But yeah, this drink. Not bad, but grape lovers can do better.
That said, Fizzy Lizzy tends to do good work, and I do recommend their Grapefruit flavor (if you like grapefruit).
Done. Now to move on to the new batch.