Review: SodaStream Fountain Jet

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Hey guys! I love soda and I wanted to be able to make my own from home. The good folks at SodaStream sent me a SodaStream Fountain Jet to review. I was so excited when the package showed up at my door. Unboxing, the system I found tons of mixes, a CO2 canister, and the fountain jet with bottle.
The SodaStream is a non-electric countertop device that pumps carbonation into water via the CO2 canister.
Using the SodaStream is so simple. To assemble, you screw the CO2 cylinder into the back of the machine (the canister can stay in place until it’s empty), then screw a bottle of chilled water into the front of the machine. Then, press the carbonating button a few times until you hear the machine buzz. Three buzzes will yield standard carbonation (which seems as fizzy as a just-opened can of soda), more or fewer buzzes will give you more or less carbonation according to your preference. Then, unscrew the bottle from the drinkmaker and either drink it immediately, or cap it and refrigerate it for later. The SodaStream can only be used to carbonate plain water, but for flavored soda, you can add syrups, juices or extracts to the bottle or to your glass. Please note that your water must be chilled before using.

Overall, my family and I really enjoyed using the Fountain Jet SodaStream. I recommend that you try out a SodaStream model for yourself. Visit the SodaStream website here.



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