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New products this week: Purple Thunder MTN DEW, Mint Chip Oatmilk Creamer and a new look for H2OPS


In this week’s roundup of new product launches, MTN DEW launched a new limited edition soda flavor exclusive to Circle K, two new dairy alternative brands debuted in the category and H2OPS announced a new look for its IPW sparkling hop water.


MTN DEW has partnered with Circle K for their latest flavor innovation, Purple Thunder. The new drink combines aromatic notes of berries and plums “for the ultimate berry combination,” according to a press release. MTN DEW Purple Thunder is exclusively available at Circle K in 20 oz. bottles and on fountain. For more information, visit mountaindew.com.


Soft drink maker Hoplark has launched Really Really Hoppy, the newest flavor in its 0.0 product line. The new “Craft Brewed Flavor Bomb” is zero sugar and zero calories and has flavor notes of roasted nuts and deep caramel. Hoplark Really Really Hoppy is available online for $39 per 12-pack of 16 oz. cans. For more information, visit hoplark.com.


KidsLuv has added a new flavor to its line of sugar-free drinks for kids: Beary Berry. The new offering joins the brand’s existing flavors, Flying Fla-Mango, Peach Me I’m Orange and Starstruck Coconut. All four flavors contain nine essential vegan vitamins and minerals per 8 oz. portion. KidsLuv Beary Berry is available in-store and online for $9.99 per 4-pack and $37.99 per 16-pack. For more information, visit kidsluv.com.


Californian lifestyle brand Calexo has launched Watercolors, a new collection of cannabis-infused sparkling waters. Made as an alternative to alcohol, the drinks are currently available in three flavors: Fuschia, Spring and Sea. Calexo watercolors are available this month in boxes of 4 at select California dispensaries. Additionally, the brand has rolled out an accompanying line of streetwear clothing. For more information, visit calex. co.


Lipton Iced Tea has launched Lipton Immune Support, an iced green tea that contains 25% of the daily value of zinc in addition to vitamin C. The drink is available in Green Tea Pineapple Mango and Diet Green Tea Pineapple Mango varieties, including premiere is available in 12 and 64 oz packs. bottles, while the latter is available in packs of 12. For more information, visit lipton.com/us/en/.


Italian coffee company LavAzza has entered the ready-to-drink category with the launch of its cold brew coffee cans. The cans will debut four flavors: Classic Cold Brew, Nitro Cold Brew, Cappuccino Cold Brew with Milk, and Double Shot Cold Brew with Oat Milk. All ready-to-drink cold brew flavors will be available for $3.49 per 8 oz. can. For more information, visit lavazza.us/en.

Community cafe

Community Coffee has unveiled its to-go iced latte, available in two flavors: Mocha White Chocolate and Vanilla Waffle Cone. For more information, visit communitycoffee.com.


Alcohol recovery product maker Cheers has launched its new product, Relief. The new offering has been formulated with CBD, Green Tea and L-Theanine to provide fast relief the day after alcohol consumption. Each dose contains 23mg of CBD, 1000mg of ginger, and 130mg of organic caffeine. Relief is available in pill and drink form for $34.99 per 12 doses. For more information, visit cheershealth.com.

California Farms

Paying homage to a popular ice cream flavor, Califia Farms has unveiled its limited edition Mint Chip Oat Creamer. The plant-based creamer “combines the luscious creaminess of oat milk with the delicious flavor experience of a scoop of mint ice cream,” according to a press release. For more information, visit califiafarms.com.

Euphoric Kin

Kin Euphorics has introduced a new flavor to its range of alcohol-free cocktails: Kin Bloom. Inspired by rosé, the new addition features citrus fruits of summer strawberry, barrel oak and rosemary and is made without sugars or caffeine. Additionally, the soft drink contains key ingredients like schisandra to evoke clarity and ashwagandha to uplift mood. For more information, visit kineuphorics.com.


Like fellow Italian roasting giant LavAzza, Trieste-based illy is expanding its ready-to-drink range with the addition of Cold Brew Cappuccino and Latte Macchiato. The two offerings, which are 90 calories and 110 calories respectively, combine milk with the brand’s signature blend of nine single-origin coffees. The new 8.45 oz. cans are available for $34.99 per pack of 12. For more information, visit illy.com.


Upright entered the plant-based dairy category with its first product – instant oat milk. The new allergen-free product contains 8 grams of protein per serving and is available in three flavors: Unsweetened Original, Chocolate and Vanilla. Upright Instant Oat Milk is available for $15 per 12-serving pouch. For more information, visit verticaloats.com.

The Dove

Coffee roaster La Colombe has revamped its look by removing the sip lid from its ready-to-drink latte cans. Thanks to a new process by which the brand injects nitrous oxide into the latte, the sipping lid is no longer necessary and La Colombe is reducing its use of plastic. The new cans are available online and in stores nationwide. For more information, visit lacolombe.com.

bored cow

Food technology company Tomorrow Farms has partnered with Perfect Day to launch its first-ever product, animal-free dairy milk. Formulated with Perfect Day’s animal-free whey protein, the new product will soon launch in Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry. The launch comes after the brand secured $8.5 million in funding earlier this year. For more information, visit tryboredcow.com.

rock star

Along with its “Poder Para Mi Gente” (Power for My People) campaign, Rockstar launched its brand new product: Rockstar Punched Agua Frescas. The new energy drink is available in two flavors, Strawberry and Pineapple, both formulated with real fruit juice. Each 16 oz. can contains 160 milligrams of caffeine. Consumers can find Rockstar Punched Agua Frescas online and in-store for $17.99 per 12-pack. For more information, visit rockstarenergy.com.


As part of its brand refresh, hops sparkling water maker H2OPS has announced that it is permanently moving the existing IPW branding to the front of the label. According to H2OPS co-founder Paul Tecker, “[IPW] is easier to pronounce than our brand name H2OPS, which will remain on the label, but smaller. Additionally, the brand will expand into cans in addition to its traditional bottles. For more information, visit h2ops.com.