The Newest Health-Inspired Beverages Come in Cans
Check out 15 new sips really shaking up the market.
Thirsty? The market for canned beverages has recently exploded and moved far beyond flavored seltzer. From caffeinated drinks to craft mocktails, it’s all coming at you in a can.
Flavored + Sparkling
Flavored seltzers are not exactly new, but there are a few new kids on the block shaking things up.
Cocktails + Mocktails
Months of quarantine have shaken up the wet bar, inspiring many canned craft cocktails and mocktails. It is also timely, as these single servings help with portion control and are quaretine-friendly.
Coffee + Tea
Caffeinated cans have gotten so much more interesting than sugar energy drinks (sorry, Red Bull). Some of these coffee and tea bevvies are also allergen-friendly.
Canned drinks are also getting spiked with added vitamins, minerals and adaptogens (herbal substances with medicinal applications). Some of these additions may cause side effects or interact with some medications; read ingredients carefully and check with your doctor or pharmacist if warranted.
Love the citrus bite of hops but prefer to pass on beer? Try this hop-infused water, flavored with mango and blood orange. These cans are also dosed with ashwagandha, maca root and the amino acid L-theanine, a possible nootropic (a substance that claims to boost cognitive function).
Even "booch" is getting a reboot! These canned fermented teas feature digestion-loving probiotics, plus a few unexpected ingredients.