Club soda

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President's Choice-brand club soda

Club soda is a variety of carbonated water. It is water to which carbonation and potassium bicarbonate and/or potassium sulfate has been artificially added in order to enhance its flavor.[1] It is very similar to seltzer water, but seltzer water does not include the added mineral content (and is very similar to unprocessed mineral water). Mineral water has undergone less processing and acquires its mineral content from its geologic source rather than having it added later.[2]

Club soda is sold as a beverage, but has several other uses including as a stain remover on clothing and carpets, where it removes red wine, coffee, tea, soda, and Kool-Aid, among others.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Funston, Lindsay (April 27, 2018). "What Is Seltzer - Is Seltzer Bad For You". Delish. Retrieved May 27, 2018. 
  2. ^ Julie R. Thomson (31 October 2014). "The Difference Between Club Soda, Seltzer And Tonic Water". HuffPost. 
  3. ^ Linda Cobb (2001-03-13). Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean: Second Edition. Simon and Schuster. p. 29. ISBN 978-0-7434-1831-7.