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Bumble Zest All Products Propel + Protect Shot

Propel + Protect Shot

Vendor
Bumble Zest
Regular price
£2.79
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£2.79
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A natural Matcha, Moringa and Ginseng health shot drink with a lemon base infused with other botanical ingredients. Designed to help deal with the challenges of modern life and to taste great. Their drinks focus on health, complexion, weight management, vitality and overall wellbeing.

  • To be taken as a health shot on the go.
  • They concentrate on packing each drink with up to 9 different healthy, functional ingredients in generous doses.
  • To keep the sugar and calories to minimum they add just a single drop of Maple (or Honey).
  • All packaging is environmentally friendly and recyclable with glass bottles and non-BPA aluminium cans. 
  • Contains 60ml.
  • 80mg caffeine.
  • Only 16 calories!
  • Vegan-Friendly.
Ingredients

Water, Lemon Juice 18%, Maple Syrup 7.2%, Matcha Powder 1.65%, Moringa Powder* 0.23%, Siberian Ginseng Powder 0.23%, Cinnamon Extract 0.18%, Mint Extract 0.03%, Vanilla Powder* 0.02%, Natural Flavouring, (*Organic)

Nutrition (per 100ml)

Energy Kcal – 29, Energy Kj – 120, Fat – 0g, of which saturates – 0g, Carbohydrates – 5.5g, of which sugars – 5.4g, Protein – <0.5g, Salt – <0.01g

Please note high caffeine content (133mg/100ml). Not recommended for children and pregnant/breastfeeding women.

About

Bumble Zest was born out of Dan and Emily Watson’s small Battersea kitchen, crafting recipes using natural ingredients from around the world. Each recipe is designed to help deal with the challenges of modern life and to taste great. They focus on health, complexion, weight management, vitality and overall wellbeing.

Dan was drinking too much coffee and alcohol and experienced high levels of stress and anxiety, which along with skin issues led him to develop BumbleZest. He started drinking lemon water with a drop of honey, often mixing it with different herbs he grew in his tiny Battersea garden.