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Frequently Asked Questions - Soda Flavored Syrups and Carbonated Soft Drinks

Typically, your soda syrup will arrive with 3-4 months prior to the “best before” date printed on the back of the label. Syrup is at peak drink ability before this date. However, when tightly closed and stored in a cool, dry place, syrup may be consumed for several months beyond the date on the label.

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One of the best features of making soda at home is that you can control the level of flavor in your carbonated soft drinks. In general, use a capful of syrup for each liter of sparkling water. If you like it sweeter, add more! If you like it less sweet, use less.

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The hermetic seal on the cap keeps your soda from going flat as quickly as ordinary store-bought beverages. If you make sure to close the cap tightly, and keep the bottle in the refrigerator, your SodaStream soda should remain fizzy and fresh for over a week.

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Unopened bottles of soda syrup do not require refrigeration, but we do recommend that you store unopened bottles in a cool dry place. For the coldest soda, we recommend storing opened bottles of syrup in the refrigerator.

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Yes! Lemon-Lime, Diet Lemon-Lime, Root Beer, Diet Root Beer, Ginger Ale, Diet Ginger Ale, Tonic, Diet Tonic, Diet Pink Grapefruit, Cranberry-Raspberry, Diet Cranberry-Raspberry, Cream Soda, Diet Cream Soda, Orange Soda and Diet Orange Soda have no caffeine. You may also want to try Caffeine-Free Diet Cola and Grape.

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Soda flavored syrups contain sugar (sucrose), not high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). We have chosen to formulate without high fructose corn syrup. The exception to this is Energy Drink, which indeed does contain fructose and dextrose, in addition to sucrose. In addition to sugar (sucrose), regular syrup flavors contain sucralose (Splenda® brand) and some also contain acesulfame potassium. If you have dietary concerns, please read the label of every SodaStream eco friendly product before purchasing.

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Our diet flavors are sweetened with a blend of acesulfame K and sucralose, also known as Splenda®.

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One of the best benefits of making soda at home with a SodaStream drinks maker is that you control the "fizziness" of your carbonated soft drinks. When you're making soda: If you like very lightly carbonated soda, press the carbonating button until you hear just a single loud buzz. If you like extra-fizzy soda, keep going until you hear 5 buzzes. The amount of fizz your soda can hold is limited only by the laws of chemistry - after about 10 buzzes, you won't be able to inject any more fizz into the water.

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Yes! Mywater flavorings are all-natural, unsweetened flavor essences for making flavored soda. Or, for sweetened flavors, try using a quarter-capful of any of our soda syrup flavors in each liter of soda for a very lightly flavored drink. (Fruit flavors work best.) Or try using fresh lemons, limes, oranges or berries to flavor your drink. Sophisticated, healthful and quite tasty!

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SodaStream products are kosher (OU) certified. Also, please note that your carbonated drink maker can be used on the Sabbath.

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Our products are allergen-free. We define allergens as being: cereals containing gluten, seafood and shellfish, eggs, fish, peanuts, soy, milk, tree nuts, celery, mustard, and sesame seeds.

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Yes. SodaStream tonic contains 0.0857 grams of quinine per liter of finished drink. One serving (8oz.) contains 0.02 grams.

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