Everyone knows that you should drink a lot of water every day. But the reality is more than 50% of people do not drink enough daily and I am certainly among them. Even in spite of hearing the benefits of helping bones and muscles work better, keep the body cool, cleansing and digestion. We still just don’t drink enough.
Over the years, “spa” water or infusing your H20 with your favorite fruit has become the craze with brands luring water drinkers and non-drinkers alike in creative flavors and combinations. It seems to be working as Persistence Market Research is reporting that the fruit-infused water market is expected to reach $10 billion in sales by the end of this year and $21 billion by 2029.
Making a splash in the market and grabbing consumer attention is H2rOse, a fruit-infused rosewater and saffron beverage. Designed for health-conscious people on-the-go, H2rOse offers the benefits of hydration plus health such as antioxidants, a calming effect and proper digestion.
Earlier this year, the company announced its partnership with “The Real” co-host Adrienne Houghton and her husband, Grammy Award-winning signer Israel as its latest celebrity ambassadors. And judging from its Instagram page which features several photos of Adrienne, it’s safe to say that is a great fit.
Now, I like roses on my table and sprinkles of rosewater on my face, but as a drink? I wasn’t quite sure. However, let me tell you that I think I found my new favorite drink. With just enough of the rosewater essence to know it is in there, h2rOse is really good. Available in mango, wild berry, apple and peach, each bottle is light and full of fruit flavor. Best of all, if you’re counting calories, it is only 40 and vegan-friendly.
You don’t have to be health-conscious to check these out. Just curious to try something different that happens to be good and good for you. H2rOse is available at www.drinkh2rose.com starting at $18 for a 4-pack as well as on Amazon.
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