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Spiked Sparkling Lemonades

Darryl, Chief of Product, here, giving you a rundown of what we are launching with.

Original

We’ll go hand-to-hand, toe-to-toe, or tongue-to-tongue with any spiked lemonade or hard seltzer you bring us and if you don’t straight up agree that ours tastes the best, then there is probably something wrong with you. You might want to see a neurologist. Kidding. But still. It’s the core recipe that we took major pains and spared no expense to create. It’s 5% lemon juice and it is session-ready (not sure we’re allowed to say that, but still, it is) and it is proven to cure mouth boredom because it tastes amazing. With just 5 grams of sugar. Le-BOOM-onade. Hello: I rule.

Available In:

12 (12oz) Can Multi-Pack

6 (12oz) Can Pack

16 oz Can

Peach

Georgia peach, to be more exact. Unreal, it’s so good. It’s like eating a juicy peach while bathing in an infinity pool of cold sparkling lemonade on a hot summer day in Georgia. And Georgia rules. Also, if you happen to be driving in Georgia, I invented a road trip game to play there called Peach Points. Rules – one point is awarded for every verbal or visual representation of a peach spotted while driving in Georgia. If the peach is three dimensional then it’s worth 5 points. First person to reach 10 points wins. License plates don’t count. Driver starts with 3-point lead. Georgia loves its peaches, and we love Georgia. #peachpointsrules

Available In:

12 (12oz) Can Multi-Pack

16 oz Can

Island Jam

So, before you accuse us of cheap cultural appropriation, let us make one thing clear. Our founder spends a huge amount of time in the Caribbean. Like, to the point where we don’t know how he gets any work done. And, it isn’t actually cheap to do Loud Lemon Island Jam really well. So, please don’t complain; don’t send us angry emails; don’t tweet about it, we’re already sorry. Plus, guava and pineapple and blood orange taste pretty damn good when mixed with delicious spiked sparkling lemonade. End of apology. You’re welcome. Irie.

Available In:

6 (12oz) Can Pack

16 oz Can

Watermelon

Easy to try and very, very hard to do right. You have to stitch together with a surgeon’s skill the big, round sweet mildness of a melon with the sharper crispness of sparkling lemonade. We did. And it’s delicious. Unlike other watermelon-flavored things that aren’t watermelons, it doesn’t smell or taste like chewing gum, it happens to taste excellent, and it’s seriously poundable. (Legal: you can’t say poundable. That’s not allowed.) Sorry. Within a total responsibility framework, you may wish to enjoy more than one Loud Lemon Watermelon in a single sitting, at a sensible time interval.

Available In:

12 (12oz) Can Multi-Pack

Mojito

Si, mojito. Not a typo. Cuban Spanish for “little mojo,” we studied this cocktail, firsthand, in Cuba. This is one of our signature flavors and we are proud of that. After all, lemons and limes have mixed well since forever. Like all of our spiked sparkling lemonades, it’s 5% alcohol by volume, 5% lemon juice. And it’s naturally flavored with lime, mint, and a good dose of Cuban loudness.

Available In:

6 (12oz) Can Pack

Blueberry

Blueberry – it might just be the best tasting thing we’ve ever made, but I wouldn’t know, because Loud Lemon Blueberry was the flavor that edged out my cool flavor idea, Loud Lemon Birthday Cake. I hear that all my “friends” love Loud Lemon Blueberry, and so does my (ex) girlfriend. That’s nice, if you like the taste of betrayal. With friends like these, who needs friends? So, please do NOT enjoy Loud Lemon Blueberry, haters. (Legal: you can’t say any of that. None of it.) Whatever, legal. #blameblueberry #shameberry

Available In:

12 (12oz) Can Multi-Pack

Birthday Cake

(Not A Real Product...Yet)

This was my badass flavor idea (superior in every way to blueberry) that got edged out by the blueberry betrayers I mentioned above. We haven’t actually made this yet. But I figure “social media” will change all that. Remember the Seinfeld episode where Kramer doesn’t get the job, but he just starts showing up to work, anyway? It’s like that. Who doesn’t like the tasty frosting and the buttery moistness of a birthday cake? So, remember to “like” Loud Lemon Birthday Cake on “social media.” Because it’s delicious and it’s the right thing to do. (Legal: You can’t tell them to enjoy a product we don’t make. And we screened this flavor out because of all your bad product ideas this was the worst. It was universally hated inside and outside of the company. It had nothing to do with blueberries.)