Volley: Serving up a twist on National Tequila Day

How are you celebrating this year’s National Tequila Day? If you do not have plans yet, then you may want to try one of the newest contenders to the market – Volley.

This canned cocktail is not only tasty; it is low-calorie, made with 100% blue agave tequila and has zero added sugars. These are just a few of the appealing aspects that can be found in this brand.

While you may be currently selecting what to pair your tequila with, Volley has already made a variety of decisions for you with pre-mixed, organic juices and sparkling water. These guilt-free flavors include: Zesty Lime, Spicy Ginger, Sharp Grapefruit and Tropical Mango.

The brand boasts in being the first clean, tequila seltzer available. Volley is making its way to be known for not only the refreshing flavors it serves, but being one of the only canned tequila drinks that has completely eliminated added sugars, natural flavors and corn syrup, it is also running with the desired gluten-free stamp.

Each beverage contains 5.25% alcohol by volume (ABV) and has only 100 to 110 calories.

When you are drinking a can of Volley, you not only are intaking a clean drink; but you are also supporting their partnership with the nonprofit organization, No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics. This establishment is committed to protecting the outdoors and Volley is funding various educational events and environmental clean-ups throughout the country.

You can purchase Volley online or in-store in a variety-pack of four for $11.99 (in-store) or $13.99 (online). You can also buy individual cans for $3.00 each.

To learn more about Volley, visit their website at www.DrinkVolley.com.

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