Bud Light has entered the Hard Seltzer game. Is it better than White Claw and Truly? I dive into the Black Cherry and Mango flavored Bud Light Seltzers to see what they’re all about.
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The Bud Light Seltzer comes in at 5% ABV, 100 Calories, less than 1g sugar, and only 2g carbs. Bud Light Seltzer’s unique 5-step filtration process features a clean finish, with no lingering aftertaste. It is certainly refreshing. They use natural carbonation and quality ingredients like sparkling water, real cane sugar, and natural fruit flavor (take that or leave it) create a light and bubbly seltzer perfect for summer sipping.
The essence of sweetness is huge in this product. Even though it’s less than 1g of sugar, it tastes like there’s a lot more. Usually this would be a turnoff for snobs like myself, but because it’s such a light drink, with the flavor being more subtle than a spritzer, it kind of works.
I still would prefer the fruit flavors taste a little more natural and a little less like candy or medicine, but the flavor not being overpowering helps.
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