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Sanpellegrino Italian Sparkling Drink Beverage, 24 Pack of 11.15 Fl Oz Cans

$20.99 $19.80


Enjoy every sparkling moment with Sanpellegrino Melograno and Arancia Sparkling Drink. Sanpellegrino Melograno and Arancia is an orange and pomegranate flavored sparkling beverage made with Mediterranean fruits containing real pomegranate and orange juice (11% orange juice and 5% pomegranate juice from concentrate), sugar, and other natural flavors to add a refreshing alternative to traditional seltzer water, flavored sparkling water or carbonated soft drinks. Deliciously tangy and tart, this flavored sparkling beverage is made with no artificial sweeteners. Smooth on the palate, Sanpellegrino Melograno and Arancia is a delicately balanced drink with sweet and tart notes, with the perfect sweet touch to end. Enjoy Sanpellegrino Melograno and Arancia as a refreshing sparkling drink, a tasty mid-afternoon treat, or while you unwind at the end of the day. Serve this sparkling flavored beverage chilled, and garnish with fresh orange slices or lemon peel for an expert finish. Whatever the occasion, take the time for taste with Sanpellegrino Italian sparkling drinks.
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