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Liquid Death vs La Croix: What Are The Key Differences? We Ask Chat GPT

Ok so you want to drink more water. That's good, water is for sure healthier than soda. Less calories and sugar right? Well what if you still like to have the bubbles? Well the good news is that there is sparkling water and there are lots of options out there. For this article we are going to compare two brands, Liquid Death and La Croix and see what Chat GPT has to say on the matter. First let's show some samples from Amazon.

First we have the 8 can pack of severed lime sparkling water from Liquid Death. Currently on Amazon for $11.80 and it has a 4.6 star score on over 33,000 ratings.

Liquid Death Flavored Sparkling Water with Agave, Severed Lime, 19.2 oz King Size Cans (8-Pack)

Next we have the 12 pack from LaCroix (or La Croix) we have seen it both ways. Currently on Amazon for $4.05 and it has a 4.7 star score on over 22,000 ratings.

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Both brands are a dead heat in terms of feedback. La Croix does have an edge in the price. While the cans for liquid death are bigger, you do get more cans in La Croix and for a cheaper price. When all is said and done, La Croix is 5 cents less per ounce compared to Liquid Death. That's a decent price edge, let's see what Chat GPT has to say...

"Liquid Death and LaCroix are both popular beverage brands, but they cater to slightly different markets and have different product offerings.

  • Liquid Death: Liquid Death is a brand that markets itself as an alternative to traditional canned water. It has gained attention for its unique branding, which includes dark and edgy imagery. Liquid Death offers both still and sparkling water options, packaged in tallboy aluminum cans. The brand has garnered a following among younger consumers, particularly those who appreciate its rebellious and irreverent branding.

  • LaCroix: LaCroix is a well-established brand of flavored sparkling water. It offers a wide range of flavors, including lime, lemon, grapefruit, and many more. LaCroix is known for its zero-calorie, zero-sugar beverages that appeal to health-conscious consumers looking for a refreshing alternative to sugary sodas and juices. LaCroix has a lighter and more mainstream image compared to Liquid Death.

In summary, while both Liquid Death and LaCroix offer canned beverages, they target different demographics and have different product focuses. Liquid Death emphasizes its unconventional branding and offers plain and sparkling water options, while LaCroix is known for its flavored sparkling water varieties that appeal to health-conscious consumers. Ultimately, the choice between the two brands would depend on individual preferences for flavor, packaging, and brand image."

That makes sense. So in the end it appears that there really isn't that much difference in the product itself that you are drinking. It pretty much comes down to branding. If the edgy brand of Liquid Death is worth the extra 5 cents per ounce then by all means go for it. If on the other and the brand doesn't matter and you are all about the lowest price, La Croix seems to be the way you want to go.

NOTE: All price and review info is based on the time of posting. The numbers may have changed since the creation of this article. Don't forget to always research everything yourself before you buy it, don't just take our word for it. All links to Amazon on this page are part of the Associates program which gives us commissions, thanks for your support!


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