seltzer water


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Sel·ters wa·ter

, Seltzer water
a mineral water containing carbonates of sodium, calcium, and magnesium, and chloride of sodium.
[Nieder Selters, a mineral spring in Prussia]

seltzer water

1. Naturally occurring water with a high mineral and carbon dioxide content.
2. Soda water.
See also: water
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Slowly fill each glass to the rim with cold seltzer water. Garnish with fresh mint sprigs.
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