Here’s a riddle: what’s clean on the inside and clean on the outside? We’re excited to share that, Volley Tequila Seltzer is proud to hold that title!
Volley, the first clean tequila seltzer, has committed to even cleaner cans with the introduction of a distinctive foil topper. TIME TO DO THE VOLLEY FLIP!
Whether grabbing a chilled Volley can from the cooler or pouring one out on the rocks, flipping the can before serving activates the real, organic juice that has settled at the bottom. This new foil topper packaging component conveys that very message reminding consumers to do the “Volley flip” for optimum sipping. Plus, you can have peace of mind that you’re getting a clean drinking experience on the outside too, since many uncovered cans encounter bacteria during the supply chain process.
Each lid also contains educational facts about Volley underneath as part of the brand’s commitment to transparency. No fake ingredients, just a deliciously clean cocktail. Volley is made with only three ingredients, 100% agave blanco tequila from the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, sparkling water, and organic juice. This means Volley includes zero commonly-used fake sugars, preservatives, “natural” flavorings, essences and corn syrup that hide in the nutrition facts of most other seltzers on the market.
Available in four guilt-free flavors: Zesty Lime, Spicy Ginger, Sharp Grapefruit and Tropical Mango.
So now that you have the factual deets, let me share with you my thoughts on Volley’s taste. The fruit ones are crisp, have a great alcohol to flavor balance, and just the right amount of carbonation. They taste really good! You can definitely tell that these are spiked with Tequila and have no added sugars/sweeteners. They are distinctly different than the mass hard seltzers on the market. The Spicy Ginger however was not a flavor I cared for I found it very strong and after a few sips I was not sure I could finish the can. Take note though, I don’t do “spice” and Moscow Mules and the like are not drinks I order. But 💡, I grabbed some green tea and O.J. to cut it and then enjoyed it a lot more. Yes, that means I took away from the more ‘natural, low cal’ aspect of it, but I also didn’t waste the can.. so I call that a win ;). The fruit varieties get a thumbs up and the Spicy Ginger well personally I wouldn’t purchase that one in the future.
Volley is now available in New York, New Jersey, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Arizona, South Carolina and Washington D.C., markets at a suggested retail price of $13.99 for a 4-pack variety or single flavor pack. Additionally, Volley ships nationwide through the ecommerce platform, 24-pack for $89.94 ($3.75/can), https://drinkvolley.com/pages/
Volley is about feeling good, not doing less. And if that sounds like a lifestyle you could say yes to, then crack open a Volley!