LaCroix Naturally Essenced Sparkling Water has been a Hamptons staple over the past few years. In addition to several activations across the East End, New York City, and even at the 2019 South Beach Wine and Food Festival, LaCroix activated at the 2nd Annual Hamptons Interactive Brunch in East Hampton on Saturday, July 20th.
LaCroix has created so many fun activations on the East End, including an interactive photo booth with plenty of props, a bubbly mixology station with plenty of color straws and accessories, and more. I particularly love their koozies and key chains. During the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, LaCroix had a super fun, beachy display with plenty of beach balls and stacked LaCroix boxes that provide a simple yet colorful and eye-popping backdrop.
Some of my favorite summer cocktails that I like to make with LaCroix include Moscow Mules, Mojitos, and Aperol Spritzes. I personally love to make a Cucumber Mojito with the Key Lime or Pamplemousse flavor with fresh mint and a cucumber or grapefruit slice garnish.
For summer parties, a very simple yet cheerful display is a placing the cans in a simple ice bucket at different points throughout the party with colorful straws, stirrers, and napkins nearby. You can also have a create-your-own cocktail station and even pair the experience with a perfume/essential oil blending station to match your new perfume and or essential oil blend with your sparkling cocktail, inventing a food meets beauty collaboration.
LaCroix Sparkling Water flavors include two dozen flavors and varieties such as Mango, Lemon, Key Lime, Peach-Pear, Orange, Pamplemousse (grapefruit), and Passionfruit. My particular favorite is the Key Lime though I still have to try all of the flavors.
Find LaCroix Sparkling Water throughout the Hamptons, including at Stop & Shop, King Kullen, Walmart in Riverhead, and CVS. You can also purchase LaCroix at wholesale on Boxed.com.