The New SunnyD Vodka Seltzer Is The Ultimate Childhood Throwback For Adults

Try the brand-new SunnyD Vodka Seltzer Hard Seltzer

We all love hard seltzers. I certainly do. I never thought I would find something I love as much (or on some days, more) as beer. They’re refreshing, they’re delicious, and they’re as guilt-free as one can be when enjoying a cold one.

Plus, now we also have the added joy of vodka seltzers. Cocktails in a can! Brilliant! But, there are so many options these days. Surely, we have enough, right? Wrong! Introducing: the SunnyD Vodka Seltzer.

You heard that right. We all remember the tangy, refreshing taste of SunnyD from childhood. Our moms couldn’t keep it in the fridge enough. My fellow 90s kids and I all vividly remember SunnyD, but this popular drink goes all the way back to 1963.

Now that same great flavor has been infused in a vodka seltzer that’s absolutely perfect for impending warm weather. Even when we’re enjoying an adult beverage, it’s okay to still be a kid at heart. Sound too crazy to you? In a blind taste test held by SunnyD, early consumers had a lot of great things to say:

  • 57% said that it’s better than the hard seltzers they usually drink (“Great color, texture, and
    aroma. Great aftertaste, very refreshing and easy to drink”)
  • 85% praised its unique taste (“The orange taste was strong in an amazing way, full of flavor”)
  • 72% agree that this is different than other products currently on the market

By the way, each can is only 95 calories and has zero sugar. Beats your heavy beers and overly sugary cocktails.

Childhood nostalgia + good times as a grownup = your new favorite beverage.

The good folks at SunnyD are just as excited as we are:


Stay tuned for more details. You won’t want to miss these when they hit your local liquor store.


Tom Conroy BroBible avatar
Tom Conroy is a journalist-turned-copywriter for BroBible. He is an NYC native, Marquette University alum, and current resident of Milwaukee, which means he spends a great deal of time screaming about the Yankees between bites of cheese curds and sips of Spotted Cow.