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Honcho Spiked Agua Fresca Review


With summer fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about warm weather refreshers. Hard Seltzers and warm weather-friendly beers immediately come to mind, but there are new options out there for the drinking…

Back in early February, a press release from Blaze PR landed in our inbox announcing the launch of Honcho, a Spiked Agua Fresca from the folks behind Common Cider.

Here’s what they have to say about it…

Honcho, created by the makers of Common Cider, is making a splash with its new line of spiked agua frescas combining all-natural fruit nectar, fresh water sourced from the Sierra Mountains, and Honcho’s unique tropical fruit wine recipe. Inspired by Latin American recipes and ingredients, Honcho’s artisanal spiked agua frescas in mango, blueberry lemon, and prickly pear are the perfect balanced refreshment to lift your spirits.

Brewed in California, Honcho feels like summer all year round with its light, refreshing fruit blends. At only 100 calories per can, Honcho offers all the vibrant flavor of a craft cocktail or fruit seltzer without sugar-based alcohol additives. Using only natural fruit and water, Honcho takes an original approach to crafting fermented, all-natural fruit wine — inspiring a bold, new refreshment that tastes as enlightened as its calorie count.

It’s always nice to have options when in search of refreshment, and we gotta admit, Honcho Spiked Agua Fresca sounds like it might make for a solid choice. To find out what we thought of this fruity trio of beverages, click the play button on the following video:

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Many thanks to Blaze PR for sending us these very generous samples!

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