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Hip Pop, Blueberry and Ginger 330ml

Get to know: Hip Pop Kombucha - Blueberry & Ginger 33cl

Tasting Note

This delicious and refreshing beverage is vegan, lower in sugar, and free of artificial sweeteners. And with bacillus coagulans packed into every sip, you can be sure you're getting a healthy dose of gut-loving goodness.

But let's be real - the best part about Hip Pop kombucha is the flavor. The ginger will have you feeling spicy and sassy, while the blueberries add a touch of sweetness that'll have you feeling like you're on top of the world. This flavor combination is a real adventure for your taste buds.

But don't just take our word for it. Grab a can and see for yourself why our Ginger and Blueberry kombucha is the most fun and delicious drink around. Whether you're looking for a gut-friendly beverage or just something to tickle your fancy, our kombucha has got you covered. Cheers to that!

Producer Info

Welcome to the wild world of Hip Pop! The alternative beverage brand that's bringing a little bit of rebellion to the gut health game. They're not your average, run-of-the-mill, wellness brand. No, Hip Pop are the rebels, the troublemakers, the punk-rockers of the gut health world. Based on a farm in the heart of Cheshire, Hip Pop was founded back in 2019 by founders Emma & Kenny. A small family business with one key goal - Taste good, Do good. They’re all about Gut Health, so adding processed sweeteners like Stevia/Erythritol or using marketing shizzle to cover any misgivings is an absolute no-no. Their highly qualified brewing team experiment and play until we create honest drinks that speak for themselves - full of flavour, body and goodness.



Water, Green Tea, Black Tea, Cane Sugar, Kombucha Culture, Blueberry Juice, Ginger Juice, Lemon Juice, Living Cultures (Bacillus Coagulans)

Energy 67kj / 16kcal
Fat 0.2g
of which saturates 0.2g
Carbohydrate 3.0g
of which sugars 2.9g
Protein 0.3g
Salt <0.1g

England, Cheshire