Hint water. Yummy and refreshing. Named perfectly.
My oldest daughter, who is 10, does not enjoy drinking “plain” water as she calls it. My husband and I find that many nights, we have her finish one glass of water at dinner before she can be excused from the table just to make sure that she drinks some water during the day. As you can imagine, this is not a happy event. So we were happy to try Hint water as an alternative to soda or bottled water.
Hint water has a splash of added fruit flavoring, no calories, and no sugar. Hint water offers ten flavors, including cucumber, watermelon, blackberry, raspberry-lime, strawberry-kiwi, pear, honey-do hibiscus, lime, mango-grapefruit and pomegranate-tangerine. We were able to try out six of the 10 flavors of Hint water and liked them all, although watermelon was our favorite.
We would love to have Hint water around our house all the time, but it is more than I would like to pay for my own family to drink daily. However, it would be great for an occasional drink or for a special event. If you want to try Hint water, it can be found nationwide at Starbucks and Whole Foods for $1.79 a bottle. It can also be ordered directly from the company at www.drinkhint.com and on Amazon.com for around $22.00 for a 12 pack.
Disclosure: We received samples of Hint water for review, but all opinions are mine.
Those do sound yummy, but, I agree, waaay too expensive for a daily drink. I would love to see what cucumber waster tasted like 🙂