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Review: Hint Flavored Water

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Another solid contender in the lightly flavored water category: Hint is mild — but distinctly — flavored, all natural and with no sweeteners added.

I tried two varieties: Strawberry-Kiwi and Cucumber. 13 flavors are currently available in total. I found both versions very good, though obviously different as night and day. The cucumber version is cool and refreshing — perhaps a bit too much cucumber for my tastes, but still quite pleasant. The strawberry and kiwi water was, as expected, considerably sweeter but not cloying. Again, this one was quite refreshing and distinct in its strawberry-ness. (The poor kiwi never stands a chance against the monstrous strawberry.)

Assuming the rest of the line is as tasty, Hint is a nice little diversion from plain water — and certainly feels like a better value than paying for unflavored bottled water.

A- / $44 for case of 24 16-oz. bottles / drinkhint.com

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Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. A veteran writer and journalist, he also operates Null Media, a bespoke content company.

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3 Comments

  1. Ry December 14, 2008

    Um, I can almost get two cases of good beer for that price. I guess these guys haven’t figured out yet that the economy is bad and bottled water is on the down low.

    Ry.

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  2. Christopher Null December 14, 2008

    Ry – I should add that those are mail-order prices, and include free shipping, for what that’s worth.

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  3. fitsam March 10, 2009

    Either way, i have to agree with Ry. My tap gives me practically free water and if I want to flavor it, I open http://www.coolwaterbook.com. It’s way cheaper and tastes better than the fake flavors hints throwing down. For a drink hacker, I’d expect you to try making your own too.

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