1) Sucralose. I'm honestly not a fan of anything but sugar because certain substitutes affect my stomach in a way that doesn't feel too hot. That might not be the case for you so I can't completely X the product because of it.
2) Maltodextrin. It's kinda like a corn syrup, defined across the Internet as a "caloric sweetener."
3) Mannitol. A sugar alcohol, so yet another sweetener.
But how does it taste? Sparkling ICE comes in six different flavors: Black Raspberry, Kiwi Strawberry, Lemon Lime, Orange Mango, Pink Grapefruit and Pomegranate Berry.
Every bottle has "just the right amount of bubbles," but without a lot of the excess gunk and calories found in pop. It's all the fizz without most of the fuzz. There's green tea extract, plus vitamins and antioxidants—although I'm not sure how abundant the vitamins and antioxidants actually are, but every last bit counts.
Check Costco, Sam's Club, Jewel, Walgreens and more if you're interested. You can also order a few bottles off Amazon. Cost? Pretty comparable to similar beverages on the shelves, well...at least when you buy it right off those market shelves.
Question: If you've ever had Sparkling ICE water, I want to know what you think. Also, if you had every bottle right in front of you, what flavor would you choose?
Note: I was not compensated for this review, but was given what you see above to write this review. rest assured, all opinions are my own as they always are.