Navy Hill has added two new flavors to its lineup of half-tonic half-soda mixers.
The new flavors, Blood Orange, and Grapefruit Soda, are on shelves now across the country and available online. Navy Hill Sodas are available at more than 3,000 retailers nationwide including: Whole Foods, Publix, Amazon and navyhill.com
Navy Hill Co-founders Jenny Lucas and Katie Williams describe their mixers as the first “sonic” (blend of club soda and tonic) on the market, as well as the first cocktail mixer with electrolytes for hydration. The mixers are 17 calories and 5 grams per cocktail (Blood Orange has 40 calories), are all-natural, with no artificial sweeteners and no high fructose corn syrup, the company says.
Blood Orange is made with agave, real blood orange juice and a hint of lime. Pair the tangy citrus flavor with rum, tequila, vodka or enjoy it on its own over ice.
Grapefruit Club Soda has tart flavors and a hint of sweetness, the company reports. With 5 calories per bottle, drink it over ice or use it to make a Paloma.
Other flavors include Original, Ginger and Juniper.
Each case contains 16 bottles. Bottles are 8.45 ounces. A 16-pack makes 32 cocktails, and retails for $49.99 or approximately $1.50 per cocktail.
Founded in 2017, Navy Hill is named after one of the seven hills of Richmond, Virginia.