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Give a Soda Sparkle for Zesty Homemade Fizzy Drinks

Updated on February 19, 2015

Make Your Own Sparkly Carbonated Sodas at Home

Why spend money on bottle after bottle at the store. Commercially made soda pop is costly, so why buy it when you can make your choice of sixty flavors yourself, right at home.

Soda Sparkle is special. It uses a patented process to produce a superior homemade product.

The seal is double layered. This helps prevent spillage, and ensures a proper charge.

Insert the charger into the top of the machine. Simply twist to start the carbonation process. Then add your choice of flavor.

The bottles are a handy 1.3 liter size - easy to hold, easy to carry, easy to pack in your backpack.

Make your own at home. Select from a huge variety of flavors. Choose sugar-free and natural flavors. The chargers are recyclable, so there's no waste.

This is the perfect soda for picnics and backyard lunches. Make them up for the kids' Birthday Party, and give each child their own bottle to take home, as a favor.

Carbonation

To get those delicious poppy bubbles carbon dioxide is dissolved in water. It doesn't just pour into the water - it needs to be forced in under pressure.

If you are lucky enough to live near the town of Selters, Germany, you can pop on over to town bottlers and get some bottled natural soda water. They've been shipping it out since the 1700s.

Now we know the difference between carbonated water, with its carbon dioxide bubble maker, and soda water, into which bicarbonate of soda is dissolved.

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We Should Make Our Own Sodas at Home

What do you think: do you think it's more responsible to make your own sodas?

Yes - gimme a SodaSparkle Kit and I'll make mine anyway, to save money and wasted bottles.

Yes - gimme a SodaSparkle Kit and I'll make mine anyway, to save money and wasted bottles.

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  • Motionmaker 4 years ago

    Great idea. I would do this if I really liked soda. The super high concentration of GMO corn syrup in soda is deadly. Even worse if you go with sucralose or aspartame. Good alternative here!

No - I like store-bought soda.

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1920s Soda Siphon

This gorgeous blue bottle was used to dispense soda water that was under pressure.

This bottle is more fragile but better looking than the soda siphon I grew up with. My parents used a gray metal siphon whenever they gave parties. We never made children's drinks, but it seemed like a mystery article that was brought at festive occasions.Soda Siphon

Really Special Lemon Coke Flavor

SodaSparkle Natural Sugar Free Bottle-Size Cola Lemon Flavor Pack (10 Count)
SodaSparkle Natural Sugar Free Bottle-Size Cola Lemon Flavor Pack (10 Count)

This flavor is so popular you'll want to buy a couple packs.

Crispy smooth lemon tangs up the cola taste for a fun family beverage.

 

The Starter Kit Has Eco Friendly Bottle

SodaSparkle Compact and Safe DIY Carbonated Soft Drink Maker Starter Kit with Eco-Friendly Bottle
SodaSparkle Compact and Safe DIY Carbonated Soft Drink Maker Starter Kit with Eco-Friendly Bottle

Making your own soda is party fun at home.

Just think how you can liven up any gathering or party. Make your own Birthday fizz.

 

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      WriterJanis2 4 years ago

      I want to try this with my kids.

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      JJNW 4 years ago from USA

      What a fun idea!

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