Trivia: Club soda is a salted version of what fizzy drink?
Correct Answer: Seltzer
So why is this answer correct? : Seltzer is an unflavored carbonated beverage that was given its name after the spring-rich town of Selters, Germany, in the 18th century. Adding sodium to seltzer produces club soda, though the drink is far from salty, as only a light amount is added to provide a hint of flavoring. The word “soda” originally referred to the sodium content of carbonated water, but when the term “soda water” fell out of our collective lexicon in the late 1940s, “soda” began to describe the sugary, carbonated beverage we know today.