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DNA Alcoholic Spring Water - Review

There's Something in the Water

DNA is the world's only alcoholic spring water

"Have you been DNA-tested lately?" This is what people are asking these days. The infamous producers of Jolt Cola, Wet Planet Beverages, are market testing the world's only alcoholic spring water, DNA, in Los Angeles. Named after the unique genetic make-up of individuals, DNA is a refreshing and light combination of sparkling spring water, natural fruit flavor and alcohol. To the taste, there's not a trace of alcohol but beware: the alcoholic content is five percent. DNA was launched in Australia and is now also sold in clubs, bars, restaurants and specialty and major grocery stores in the U.S., Japan and UK.



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