DRY Sparkling: Juniper Berry (2010)
12 oz Glass
calories 55, total fat 0g, sugars 15g
pure cane sugar, purified carbonated water, natural extract flavoring, phosphoric acid
Review: Juniper Berry (2010)
Posted: Oct 11, 2010 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Oct 15, 2010 at 9:45 AM)Juniper Berry, which is probably most widely known for its use in gin production, is a well executed flavor that delivers a light level of sweetness and a mild note of tart berry flavor. It's not a bad flavor once you try it, but it's also not a flavor that whets the appetite to the point where we'd necessarily pick this up over other Dry's other flavors. Fortunately for DRY, the sheer beauty of the bottle might turn the tide, especially when it comes to Dry consumers who are looking for something new. The newly designed label is slick looking bottle, with a one color design and minimal text (there are literally four words on the front panel), which is ultimately what gives the brand its sophisticated feeling. Overall, it's an enjoyable product, but we enjoy Dry's other flavors more.