SuperBelly Strawberry Hibiscus

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Acidic, Apple, Hibiscus, Strawberry, Tangy, Tart
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Gut health and hydration are interconnected and foundational to feeling your best. SuperBelly combines our love of superfoods with prebiotics (from inulin), trace minerals, fermented apple cider vinegar, and clinically studied probiotics that contribute to a healthy gut flora.

Bright, juicy, and tart, this water elixir comes together in no time. Add to cold water, shake with ice and hit the road, plane, gym, or mat with intention. This hydrating tonic uses real acerola, strawberry, and hibiscus for the superfood kick we can’t resist. (15 Servings/Package)

Apple cider vinegar powder*, Inulin* (Jerusalem artichoke*), Citric acid, Natural flavour*, Beetroot, carrot and blueberry concentrate*, Pink Himalayan salt, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 6086, Strawberry juice powder*, Lime juice powder*, Stevia extract*, Hibiscus powder*, Acerola cherry juice concentrate*.

Contains 1 billion CFU Bacillus coagulans per serving.

Think of a tart and juicy pink lemonade with a subtle hint of tropical hibiscus. Light, refreshing, and our founder, Karen’s favourite for a reason.

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The last of Blume’s new line!

Personally, this was my least favourite – though it was still good. The whole line is really enjoyable, and I think it’s a brilliant addition to Blume’s product offerings. I love that they’re expanding past lattes, and really challenging and innovating in the superfood powder space. I have a lot of respect for them.

This one has the same ACV tang that is present in all the powders, though I think maybe it’s also the sweetest? I expected more tartness and intensity from the hibiscus to be honest, but I think the strawberry leads the flavour here – it’s just a bit of a “weaker” strawberry note. It’s sorta generic feeling. Maybe that’s the reason I didn’t love it as much? That said, I’m sure it’ll probably be the most popular one in the line because it’s very safe/commercial feeling and strawberry in general is less polarizing that some of the other flavours. The Blume PDP describes it as tasting like Pink Lemonade, and I do disagree with that though. It’s not lemony at all. Tangy, yes – but that doesn’t make a pink lemonade flavour in and of itself.

Also, it’s very beautiful when whisked (like the others) – a lovely rosy pink shade!

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