SodaStream – Make Water Exciting

Did you know that soda was first sold to the upper class, in particular the royal households in London in the early 20th century? Soda was created in 1903 by Guy High Gilbey of the London gin distillers, W & A Gilbey Ltd, the first flavored sodas was “cherry ciderette” and sasaparilla. ¬†SodaStream operated as a subsidirary as W & A Gilbey, Ltd machines aren’t a new invention, they were especially popular in the 70s and 80s in UK. SodaStream has gained in popularity in the US because it’s a healthier alternative to soda pop sold in cans, filled with too much sugar & high fructose corn syrup. We’ve come along way since the 1900s when soda was a drink reserved for the elite.
Now you can make your own sodas and waters in a variety of SodaStrem flavors from the Skinnygirl branded flavors of Cucumber Lime, Mango Berr and Apple Peach to SodaStream Naturals like Fresh Lemon, Green Tea Lychee, Cranberry Raspberry, Passionfruit Mango, Kiwi Pear, Lemonades, V8 Sparkling Mixes, Energy Drinks, Kool-Aid drink mix, Margarita Mix, Naturally Sweetened Colas, Ocean Spray cranberry mixes, Orange, Pina Colada, Tonic water, Daiquiri and more!
fountain jetIf you want to make your water “more exciting” you can bid to win SodaStream soda mixing machines, drink mixes, carbonation bottles and more on with these upcoming SodaStream auctions!
Why SodaStream?

“Powered by a CO2 carbonator, SodaStream allows you to turn tap water into sparkling water in an instant so you can create refreshing flavored sparkling water. What’s more, SodaStream drink mixes offer a healthier alternative to ready-to-drink brands, with 2/3 less sugar, no high-fructose corn syrup and no aspartame.
A recent survey among 3,680 Americans discovers that people with a SodaStream consume 43% more water and water-based drinks than those without a SodaStream. That’s about 3 more glasses of water per day per person! Learn more here.”