Released January, 1997
The Pros:Has a great taste. First to market - the original when it comes to energy drinks. Can be mixed with Vodka for a great mixed drink.
The Cons:Very expensive for small amounts. Empty Calories. We'll just say suspicious ingredients - e.g. taurine, cocain (WTF), etc, etc...
The original energy drink was founded in Thailand with the intention of combating mental and physical fatigue. The drink has been popular with students and young people as a source of energy through the inclusion of high caffeine levels.
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A popular mixed drink containing Red Bull as in ingredient in alcoholic beverages has sparked some controversy in the U.S.. Some controversy has surrounded possible health effects from the combination of high amounts of caffeine and taurine.
Red Bull's active ingregients include caffeine, taurine, and B-vitamins. One 8 oz can of Red Bull contains around 85 mg of caffeine, less than the average 110 found in your average cup of brewed coffee. Red bull also offers a sugar free version, and has recently released an energy shot onto the market.
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First to market - the original when it comes to energy drinks.
Can be mixed with Vodka for a great mixed drink.
Gives a big energy boost.
Caffeine amounts do not exceed those of a standard sized cup of coffee, so it cannot be said that it is loaded with caffeine.
very expensive for small amounts
We'll just say suspicious ingredients - e.g. taurine, cocain (WTF), etc, etc...
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