Gasolina Tops all of them. Even Fox News thinks so.
Gasolina Urban Blends – Taking more cues from Capri-Sun than any other booze pouch on the market, Gasolina Urban Blends were originally popularized in Puerto Rico and are just now making inroads into the U.S. The 6.75oz pouches are all sorts of portable and handy, coming as they do complete with straw, and can even be frozen into slushy form. That’s never a bad thing on a hot tropical night. And with six flavors, Gasolina Original, Sangriiia (because three “i’s” makes it three times tastier), Tu Madras, Pink Martini, Mojito and Sea Breeze, one might imagine it’d be easy to stock a party for pretty much anyone’s taste. Surprisingly enough, it’s a safe assumption. There isn’t a whole lot in the pouches other than some decent booze and fruit juices, so the flavors are surprisingly well-balanced. Sure they’re sweet and aimed at hyped-up club goers, but the citrus and other flavors balance out what could’ve been a sugary sack of hangover. The Sea Breeze reigns over the other pouches, the grapefruit and cranberry juices providing a tart counterpoint to the clean vodka. The Mojito falls a bit flat, however, coming off more fruity than minty and failing to deliver on the promise of the classic cocktail.
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