Cardi B has launched a boozy dairy-free whipped cream

Author: Molly Pickering

Read Time:   |  6th December 2021

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Hip hop icon Cardi B has debuted Whipshots in the US, a range of vodka infused dairy-free whipped cream in a variety of luxury flavours


Legendary rapper Cardi B has launched her range of vodka infused whipped cream, and they’re dairy-free!

Whipshots are available in the US in a range of indulgent flavours, including caramel and mocha.

The dairy-free range is said to add a touch of luxury to ‘ordinary’ drinks and sweet treats.

Moreover, the artist and designer worked with Starco Brands to launch the highly anticipated boozy cream alternative.


Cardi B vegan Whipshots

Cardi B’s dairy-free Whipshots are available in a range of sizes and flavours in the US.

The Caramel, Vanilla, and Mocha flavours can be purchased in three sizes – 50 mL ($5.99), 200 mL ($13.99) and 375 mL ($19.99).

In a statement, the WAP singer said: “Whipshots is over the top, sexy and unique – kind of like me. It’s going to be a party in every can.

“No matter where you are, you can party like Cardi, and I’m so excited to finally be able to share this one-of-a-kind product with all of you.”

While Cardi B doesn’t consider herself to be vegan, the star began to introduce more plant-based foods into her diet during her pregnancy with her first child to improve her health.

To celebrate the launch, Whipshots are releasing 500 cans a day online throughout December, with stocks selling out quickly.

Vegan alcohol

While some alcoholic beverages are clearly not vegan-friendly, it can often be hard to spot vegan and non-vegan drinks.

There are a number of hidden ingredients added to alcoholic drinks, such as beer and wine, that make them not suitable for vegans.

Ingredients such as gelatin, isinglass (derived from fish bladders), and pepsin (a foaming agent in beer sometimes derived from pigs) are often added to popular beverages.

Thankfully, a number of alcohol brands such as Koppaberg, Guinness, and Rekordelig have ditched the nasty stuff and made their products 100% vegan.

In addition, supermarkets have begun to introduce more vegan-friendly beverages, with M&S committing to making all its wine vegan by 2022.

Furthermore, to make sure your favourite tipple is vegan friendly, we recommend using Barnivore.

Want to learn more about vegan alcohol? Here’s our complete guide to vegan alcohol!

Written by

Molly Pickering

Molly is the Digital Executive and Podcast host at Anthem's Vegan Food & Living, she also works across other titles including Women's Running and Classic Pop to create affiliate content for the website. Starting out as a Digital Marketing Apprentice at Vegan Food & Living in 2021, within 14 months Molly was shortlisted for ‘Best Editorial Assistant’ at the BSME Talent Awards 2022 and won the BCS Special Recognition award for Digital Marketing Apprentice of the Year in 2022

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