Released October, 2006
The Pros:Lots of energy. Blood color.
The Cons:Many warnings. Don't drink if you're pregnant, have high blood pressure, have psychological difficulties, etc. Banned in some high schools. Potential health hazards.
Spike Shooter, not for you kids under 18, is a new energy drink that promises to keep you awake waaay longer than you ever should. The drink has 300 milligrams of caffeine (equivalent to about three cups of coffee).
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The drink also contains the amino acid L-Tyrosine (a mild stimulant) and Yohimbine (weight-loss supplement and treats erectile disfunction). Spike Shooter is the color of blood and aims to have a tastier flavor than other energy drinks.
Born out of the dietary supplement industry, Spike promises to deliver more stimulants and energy than any other energy drink on the market. Perhaps overzealous, SPIKE has raised controversy by being banned from Thomas B. Doherty High School, a high school in Colorado Springs, Colorado, after two students were rushed to the emergency room. Other students complained of symptoms such as heart palpitations, nausea, and vomiting. Following this incident, 7-Eleven stores across Colorado pullled the product from shelves.
It is currently available in test markets in Colorado and Northern California.
User Reviews (10)
Many warnings. Don't drink if you're pregnant, have high blood pressure, have psychological difficulties, etc.
Banned in some high schools
Instructions on the can indicate that you shouldn't drink more than half a can at once (misleading)
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