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LMNT has turned its original hydration formula into a tasty sugar-free sparkling beverage

LMNT is a hydration-specific supplement company that previously made one sports nutrition product simply named Electrolyte Drink Mix. It is a combination of electrolytes with a breakdown of a gram of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium. The calories are kept to a minimum at five in every single-serving stick pack, or zero for the Unflavored option, and now the brand has taken that same approach of hydration-focused and gone into carbonated drinks.

LMNT has introduced Sparkling Electrolyte Water, which is a canned beverage, although instead of being centered around energy like many other similar-looking products from the sports nutrition industry, this one is entirely about hydration. The brand has spent the last two years crafting the product and including absolutely everything that’s in its original powder supplement with those same three electrolytes in a gram of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium.

Lmnt Sparkling Electrolyte Water

We can’t help but applaud LMNT, its belief, and drive around its signature set of electrolytes, as many brands would sacrifice or minimize areas of a formula when going from a traditional supplement format to a beverage, something you see a lot of in RTD versions of pre-workouts. LMNT’s Sparkling Electrolyte Water is not about that at all, also keeping the nutrition the same with a single gram of carbohydrates per standard 16oz can, none of that sugar, for a consistent calorie count of five.

There are four flavors available for the carbonated hydration drink, three of them are from the men of LMNT’s original Electrolyte Drink Mix in Grapefruit, Citrus, and Watermelon, while the fourth is a completely new creation and an intriguing one at that with Black Cherry Lime. The price on Sparkling Electrolyte Water is $72 but that is not for a case of 12 or even double that at 24. Directly through its online store, LMNT sells its hydration and performance-fueling beverage at $72 for four mix-and-match packs of eight, so 32 all up, working out to $27 per 12 and $2.25 each.