Pop & Bottle launches functional oat milk latte line
The Supers feature 3 flavors to help consumers restore, glow and unwind, it says
San Francisco-based Pop & Bottle, a wellness coffee brand known for its organic, dairy-free lattes, announced the launch of its new line of functional oat milk lattes: The Supers.
Made with 100 percent pure oat milk and high-quality ingredients, The Supers feature three flavors that contain daily wellness benefits to help restore, glow and unwind, the company says.
The Classic variety contains a collection of antioxidants-boosting ingredients, including coffee berry to support immunity and vitality. The Vanilla flavor features a dose of marine collagen peptides to promote skin radiance, it explains. Finally, the Mocha option contains an amalgamation of adaptogens such as maca and ashwagandha to aid in stress defense, the company says.
“Your daily latte should taste delicious, but more importantly, it should be good for you,” said Jash Mehta, chief executive officer and co-founder of Pop & Bottle, in a statement. “In researching dairy-free bases to utilize in our products, oat milk was a natural choice as it has quickly become a favorite amongst dairy-free consumers and paired well with our fair trade cold brewed coffee. With the addition of functional ingredients, we created convenient, supercharged lattes that work harder for you and give you a new way to latte.”
The Supers join the ranks of Pop & Bottle’s existing portfolio of premium lattes, including the brand’s beloved classic range of almond milk lattes. Founded by female entrepreneurs, Jash Mehta and Blair Fletcher Hardy, the brand was created as a broader commitment to wellness and self-love. Pop & Bottle’s name is a celebration, encouraging consumers to pop bottles to a good latte that is good for you, it explains.
Pop & Bottle’s oat milk lattes are packaged in 10.5-ounce recyclable aluminum cans. Available for $3.99, The Supers can be purchased online at PopAndBottle.com and will be hitting shelves nationwide in late fall 2019 and early 2020.