Wilkins Delight is a refreshingly light drink that doesn’t taste too sweet or too bland.
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Real fruit takes water to the next level
(philstar.com) - January 29, 2018 - 1:42pm

MANILA, Philippines — There are so many beverages out right now. There are milk teas, powdered juices, soft drinks, liquor, energy drinks and coffee. Surely, there’s one for every personality.

However, many of these drinks may be too sweet, too strong or too heavy — making it hard to find a specialty drink for everyday consumption.

Wilkins, known to provide the safest drinking water, takes on this challenge by creating a whole new product called Wilkins Delight. 

Wilkins Delight is a refreshingly light drink that doesn’t taste too sweet or too bland. It is made with Wilkins Pure Drinking Water infused with real fruit — and then striking a perfect balance of both.

It also comes in three flavors that can add color to your everyday routine.

For those who thirst for a classic taste, there’s Wilkins Delight Apple. But while familiar, it is surprisingly not as sweet as we’d expect it to be. It can even be described as a sophisticated drink that can brighten any dull day.

Next, there’s the delicate taste of Wilkins Delight Orange. It’s got real orange taste with just the right amount of that tangy sensation. So refreshing is the drink that it will make your daily activities a little less mundane and stressful. 

Finally, there’s Wilkins Delight Pomelo, which is for the Pinoys at heart because of its traditional pomelo taste. A not-so-usual choice, it will definitely make you feel much lighter and happier.

Go ahead and try these new comers in the beverage scene. Each 250-ml bottle is just P9 and is available at 7-Eleven, Ministop, Mercury Drug, Puregold and sari-sari stores nationwide.

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