Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine satisfies the craving for sweet, tart, and juicy

Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine
Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine / Waterloo Sparkling Water

From a simple sipper to a colorful cocktail, Waterloo Sparkling Water is more than a splash of bubbles to add to the glass’s effervescence. With the new Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine flavor, the sweet, tart, and juicy taste has many people exploring their culinary creativity.

Certain flavors are often paired together. Berries and citrus are a common. The combination of sweet and tart satisfies. Sometimes stone fruits are paired with berries to highlight their juiciness. While these ingredients can be found on the plate, they can be found together in a beverages, too.

With the new Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine, the sparkling water flavor is different from other options in the category. While it has that clean, crisp flavor that people expect from the brand, it is more nuanced than other offerings. It hits both flavors, satisfies, and excites people to keep a case ready for all the spring and summer parties.

Speaking about the new flavor Kathy Maurella, CMO at Waterloo Sparkling Water said, "Crafting authentic, full-out flavors that taste like they are supposed to is at the heart of the brand – our flavor artistry makes us unique.”

While enjoying a glass with a few frozen fruit ice cubes or even a garnish of fresh basil would be delightful on a hot day, the flavor works exceptionally well with cocktails and mocktails. The flavor blends well with both sweet and savory flavors.

For example, the Razzy Nectar Rickey is a great mocktail or cocktail for outdoor entertaining or even a ladies brunch. In addition to the colorful appearance, the bright, zesty, and sweet flavor works well with a variety of food pairings. From a simple quiche to a bold chicken and waffles, the options are many.

Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine Sparkling Water Razzy Nectar Rickey
Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine Sparkling Water Razzy Nectar Rickey / Waterloo

Here’s how to make the Razzy Nectar Rickey


4 oz Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine Sparkling Water

1 oz Apple Juice

1 tsp Clementine juice

1 Cucumber Slice

Garnish: Cucumber Curl and Ice Cubes with Edible Flowers, Berries and Herbs

For a spiked version, add 1 oz of gin.

In a different approach, Waterloo showcases that the sparkling water can be transformed in many ways. Freezing it into ice cubes and using it as part of a smoothie ensures that the flavor is not watered down. This simple frozen drink makes a big statement.

Here’s how to make Raspberry Nectarine Dream.


8 oz Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine Sparkling Water

½ cup frozen Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine Sparkling Water ice cubes

10-12 frozen blackberries

¼ tsp vanilla extract

Whipped Cream

Garnish: Blackberry, Raspberry, and Pineapple Frond


In advance, fill an ice cube tray with Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine and freeze. Blend vanilla extract, frozen blackberries, cold Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine, and ice cubes made with Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine until smooth. Pour into glass and top with a floater of Raspberry Nectarine Waterloo and a dollop of whipped cream.

Garnish detail: Arrange blackberry, raspberry, and pineapple frond on top of whipped cream dollop.

When one beverage can be used in a variety of ways, consumers are more likely to stock the pantry with that choice. Adding to that conversation, that flavor versatility allows for a plethora of food and beverage pairings. From spicy dishes to classic comfort food, the Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine flavor will quickly become a favorite for the warmer days ahead.

Waterloo Raspberry Nectarine is arriving at various retailers. Check with stores for availability and pricing.