Difference between Club Soda and Seltzer?

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The difference between seltzer water and club soda is that seltzer water has no sodium and is more economical than sparkling mineral water or club soda. Club soda is almost identical to seltzer water, but has ingredients like potassium bicarbonate for flavor. Tonic water is definitely different from both and has its own, bitter flavor from quinine.
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SELTZER WATER. IS A FLAVORLESS, NATURALLY EFFERVESCENT WATER THAT TAKES IT'S NAME FROM A REGION IN GERMANY. CLUB SODA. SOMETIMES CALLED SODA WATER, WAS INTRODUCED IN THE LATER HALF
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Seltzer water is plain water into which carbon dioxide
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Club soda has small amounts of salt added. Seltzer is just plain carbonated water.
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In theory, soda water contains salt (i.e. sodium chloride, thus "soda" and possibly other minerals. It's meant to mimic carbonated mineral waters. Seltzer, by contrast,
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