Startling Facts About The Cocaine Energy Drink
Have you heard of the cocaine energy drink? Do you know that the release of cocaine energy drink sent out an uproar among anti druggists? Are you aware of the opinion of the drink’s inventor? Do you know as to why he named the drink as ‘cocaine’? Just go ahead and read this article to know about the facts behind cocaine energy drink.
As a layman, as one hears the name of the drink, we are reminded of the cocaine drug. We tend to think that the main ingredient of cocaine energy drink is cocaine. But the cocaine energy drink’s inventor Jamie Kirby promulgates that the name is funny and people tend to smile when they look at the cocaine energy drink.
Jamie Kirby alleges that the cocaine energy drink is definitely 350% stronger than the red bull. He also claims that if you consume the energy drink, you would not go through the hitters and crash that any other energy drinks produce.
Redux Beverages, a Las-Vegas based company is the manufacturer of this cocaine energy drink. It is believed to contain 280 mg of caffeine in it. The drink is believed to be devoid of cocaine. The cocaine energy drink is considered as a legal substitute for class A drug that contains a very high amount of caffeine in it. Since caffeine is a widely accepted item, the cocaine drink containing a great amount of caffeine should also obtain a wide acceptance from the society.
However, from an anti-druggist perspective, the cocaine energy drink has earned enormous opposition. They have the feeling that selling cocaine legalizes the usage of the cocaine drug. The similarity in the names tends to induce boldness in kids and encourages them to consume the cocaine drug. They feel that though the energy drink is innocuous, the teens would link this drink with the highly injurious cocaine drug and would try to legalize the use of the drug. Anti-druggists are of the opinion that the naming of the drink is damn bad an idea and the drink is definitely not innocuous for the high amount of caffeine present in it.
Whatever the comments/reviews be, one thing is very certain. Naming the drink as cocaine attracts people’s attention is a great marketing tactic. It not only grabs the attention of those who see it for the first time but also urges the person to give it a try.