We are entering the season where holiday parties are everywhere. Let the SodaStream At-Home Soda Maker help make your life a bit easier by providing a variety of quick soda choices, perfect for any party or occasion!
Making carbonated water and soft drinks is simple! Turn tap water into sparkling water in under 30 seconds, with no clean-up. Enjoy the freshness and convenience of homemade soda and protect the environment at the same time. No heavy bottles to carry, store at home or throw away. Fizz to your taste and add the flavor of your choice to make your favorite drink. Simple to clean and reuse. With a variety of colors and silhouettes, you’ll be sure to find a soda maker to match with any decor.
There are so many things I love about SodaStream but I think my favorite is the variety of sodas! You can purchase any flavors you would like, or think your party guests would like, and each flavor is so inexpensive. I love this 12-pack trial selection that came with my Genesis Soda Maker (above picture) because it is ideal for a party! Each flavor package is one bottle of soda so you can make different flavors for different guests!
I put SodaStream to the test with multiple guests during a movie night with my boys and their cousins! The kids chose the Root Beer and Black Currant and Pear flavors so I made them both, so that they could choose which one to enjoy. The kids had a blast together, watching BRAVE and munching on popcorn. They were super excited to watch me make homemade soda as well!
Homemade soda has never been so easy! SodaStream makes fresh, bubbly soda from plain drinking water! How amazing is that?!
Step 1: Fill provided bottles with drinking water up to the fill line.
Step 2: Chill filled bottles until very cold (I usually chill at least 2 hours).
Step 3: Attach chilled bottle to SodaStream (it just screws on).
Step 4: Pump the carbonation button 3-4 times, depending on how fizzy you like your drinks.
Step 5: Choose flavor and pour slowly into bottle.
Step 6: Put lid on and mix gently by tilting back and forth until combined.
Step 7: Pour and enjoy your fresh, crisp, homemade soda!
I appreciate that SodaStream carries more natural flavors now as well as the regular! While these are still packed full of sugar, there are no yucky ingredients that you can’t pronounce.. I was glad when most of the kids chose the Black Currant and Pear soda because this is one of the natural ones! No high-fructose corn syrup. Yay!
The Black Current and Pear natural soda is my favorite so far.. I still have not tried all the flavors I was sent but this one, by far, is the most delicious! I also like the MyWater unsweetened flavor essences. These are lovely for sprucing up a plain glass of water and you can either add them to regular drinking water or fizzy water from the SodaStream!
What I love most about the SodaStream is the variety but I also love that you save money, space and waste by having one of these amazing machines in your home! Plus, who does not want to say they can make homemade soda?! Seriously, that is just the coolest!
The Genesis SodaStream home soda maker (available in black and red) is the perfect addition to any kitchen! Just look at the below picture.. It fits right in on my counter and matches in perfectly with all my other black and silver appliances. I also like how thin it is because it does not take up a ton of space.. This is great if you do not have a lot of counter space!
Whether you are wanting to get ready for all those holiday parties or as a gift for that soda-lover in your family, the SodaStream is just what you are looking for! I just love the ease, convenience and price for making homemade soda at home, just from the water you drink everyday!
Let SodaStream help make your season special this year and many more to come!
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