& Flavored Waters
This brand uses the power of rose water to create a sweet and fragrant drink.
As beautiful as the packaging is, the main issue we have with H2Rose enhanced water is the high sugar content. We love the smell and taste of rose water in general (instant mood enhancer!) and H2Rose has the fragrance factor. But at 15 to 16 grams of sugar per bottle, it's just too much. (That said, it is much less than the average 39 grams of sugar in most sodas, so it's a solid alternative to soft drinks.)
H2Rose comes in four different flavors: Mango, Peach, Wild Berry and Apple. The apple flavor tasted a bit odd, but wild berry paired well with the floral notes. Bottom line: This beverage would be best mixed with some sparkling water or mixed in a cocktail when you're not worried about glycemic levels.