Does Bubly Have Caffeine? (Regular & Bounce Compared)

Caffeine sensitivity is no joke. Ever since I found out that the jitters I am experiencing aren't normal, I have become more careful of my caffeine intake.

Every drink I consume, I make sure that it won't go over my caffeine threshold. Otherwise, my hands are shaking, and my heart is jumping out of my chest.

That's why I went ahead and investigated the caffeine content of my favorite beverages, and one of them is Bubly. So, does Bubly contain caffeine? Let's take a look at what I found.

Bubly Sparkling water is just flavored carbonated water and is naturally caffeine free.

In addition, the popular brand also makes Bubly Bounce, which is carbonated water with added caffeine (hence the “bounce” it’ll give you).

Here are some more details on these sparkling waters.

Bubly Sparkling Water

Who wouldn’t be a fan of Bubly sparkling water, right?

This refreshing and delicious beverage is irresistible, but is it also caffeine-free? The good news is Bubly sparkling water doesn’t have any caffeine at all!

As its name implies, this drink is essentially just sparkling water that comes in a variety of flavors.

Some of the most popular flavors include Strawberry Bubly, Cherry Bubly, Lime Bubly, and Blackberry Bubly.

I’m more of a Strawberry fan, but whatever Bubly sparkling water you like, you won’t get any caffeine in them at all.

No wonder it’s a great alternative to other carbonated sparkling water brands like Perrier.

Bubly Sparkling Water Raspberry

Bubly Bounce

If you have been a fan of Bubly sparkling water, you know that Bubly Bounce is a caffeinated sparkling water--the packaging says it all.

So, the real question with Bubly Bounce caffeinated sparkling water is how much caffeine each can contains.

Well, a 12 fl. oz. can of Bubly Bounce contains 35 mg of caffeine.[1]

Its caffeine content is little compared to energy drinks and caffeinated beverages like coffee.

The added caffeine in Bubly Bounce sparkling water provides an energy boost, making it an excellent pick-me-up drink.

However, if you have caffeine sensitivity, I wouldn't recommend you drink cans and cans of the caffeinated version of this carbonated water.

Drinking two cans can already disrupt your sleep, especially if you have already had another caffeinated beverage like coffee.[2]

Bubly Bounce Mango Passion Fruit

Different Bubly Flavors & Their Caffeine Content

We all know why Bubly sparkling water has become a popular brand, and that's because of the flavors and variety it offers.

On top of that, this flavored sparkling water is also calorie-free and has zero sugar, with some flavors caffeinated while others are caffeine-free.

So, if you’re curious about the caffeine amount of the Bubly Bounce sparkling water and the original Bubly sparkling water, here are their caffeine content along with their serving size:

Flavor

Caffeine Amount

Serving Size

Blackberry

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Blueberry Pomegranate

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Cherry

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Coconut Pineapple

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Grapefruit

0 mg

12 fl. oz

JustBubly

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Lemon Sorbet

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Lime

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Mango

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Orange Cream

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Passionfruit

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Peach

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Pineapple

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Raspberry

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Strawberry

0 mg

12 fl. oz

Bounce Blood Orange Grapefruit

35 mg

12 fl. oz

Bounce Blueberry Pomegranate

35 mg

12 fl. oz

Bounce Citrus Cherry

35 mg

12 fl. oz

Bounce Mango Passion Fruit

35 mg

12 fl. oz

Bounce Triple Berry

35 mg

12 fl. oz

Different Bubly Flavors Bursting

Nutritional Breakdown of Bubly Sparkling Water

I have also researched its ingredients and nutritional facts so you're aware of what you're consuming.

Bubly Sparkling Water

  • Ingredients: Carbonated water, natural flavors
  • Nutrition Information: Calories 0, Fat 0 g, Sodium 0 mg, Sugar 0 g, Protein 0 g

Bubly Bounce Sparkling Water

  • Ingredients: Carbonated water, natural flavors, caffeine
  • Nutrition Information: Calories 0, Fat 0 g, Sodium 0 mg, Sugar 0 g, Protein 0 g
Note: This nutritional information is based on a 12 fl. oz serving cup. It is also worth noting that this product contains no sweeteners or artificial flavors. On top of that, it features natural flavors, which are responsible for the fruity taste.
Bubly Sparkling Water And Bubly Bounce Sparkling Water

Caffeine In Bubly Versus Other Sparkling Waters

If you’re more of a sparkling water fan than a soft drink fan, here’s how Bubly sparkling water and Bubly Bounce caffeinated sparkling water stack up against their competitors:

Bubly Vs LaCroix

Like the original Bubly sparkling water, LaCroix is caffeine-free. It doesn’t have any natural stimulant, so it’s completely safe for caffeine-sensitive consumers.

However, if you want a bit of a caffeine kick or an alternative to soda or green tea, the Bubly Bounce is a better option than LaCroix.

Bubly Vs AHA

Carbonation fan? Then you’ve probably tried AHA too. This sparkling water contains caffeine, just like Bubly Bounce.

A 12 fl. oz. serving of AHA has about 30 mg of caffeine, which is a bit lower than Bubly Bounce. If you don’t want to consume caffeine, go for the original version of Bubly sparkling water instead.

Bubly Vs La Croix Vs AHA

Related Bubly Sparkling Water Questions

Is Bubly Sparkling Water an energy drink?

No, it’s not an energy drink. Even though Bubly Bounce is caffeinated, it's not considered one because it's still a moderate amount of caffeine.

Does Bubly have alcohol?

No, it doesn’t have alcohol. However, you can use any flavor in the Bubly sparkling water collection as a mixer for your favorite alcohol.

Is drinking Bubly healthy?

Yes, it is healthy. No studies or research suggest that consuming sparkling water is dangerous to your health.

Can you drink Bubly before bed?

Yes, you can. Just make sure you drink the caffeine-free version to ensure you get a good night’s sleep.

Is Bubly healthier than Coke?

Yes, it is healthier than Coca-Cola. It has zero calories and no sugar, unlike Coke.

Can you drink Bubly while fasting?

Yes, you can drink Bubly while fasting since it has no calories.


Conclusion

Bubly sparkling water comes in two versions: caffeine-free and caffeinated. If you’re sensitive to caffeine and simply looking for a refreshing drink, the original version is for you.

However, if you need an energy boost, go for Bubly Bounce instead. I personally enjoy a combination of both--I just can’t get enough of Bubly!

References:

1. https://www.pepsicoproductfacts.com/Home/product?formula=F0000010862&form=RTD&size=12&PPF
2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3368971/

Kim Fernandez

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Kim Fernandez
Kim offers a unique perspective on coffee culture and trends. Kim's writing is personal and experiential, providing readers with firsthand advice on the latest in coffee. Beyond her writing, Kim is an avid explorer of new coffee trends and spots, always seeking to share the most genuine advice and latest trends. True to her love for coffee, you'll often find her in a café, immersed in a book with a freshly brewed cup of joe.

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