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car·bon·at·ed wa·ter

, carbonic water
water that contains a considerable amount of carbonic acid in solution.
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Like the others, the only ingredients in LaCroix--it's pronounced la-CROY--are carbonated water and natural flavor.
"Perrier has a very strong carbonation; Hildon has a very smooth carbonation." Naturally carbonated waters such as Gerolsteiner have gentle bubbles, and are therefore a better match for delicate foods.
790482 Non-alcoholic beverages, including refreshing beverages, energy drinks, whey beverages and isotonic beverages (hypertonic and hypotonic beverages, for sportsmen and women and adapted to their needs); beers, malt beers, wheat beers, porter's ales, ales, stouts and bottom-fermentation beers known as lagers; non-alcoholic malt beverages; mineral and carbonated waters; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups, essences and other preparations for making beverages, as well as effervescent tablets and powders for making non-alcoholic beverages and cocktails; all included in Class 32.