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post #31 of 46
Red Bull is the only drink I've tried, and it doesn't have much effect on me, aside from wicked heart burn the next day (possibly because it's being combined with Jagermeister...).

I knew a bartender who took four Yellow Jackets before a shift and thought she was going to die.
post #32 of 46
Personally, I like the 5 Hour Energy. I've always wondered, though, is a 5 Hour Energy poured into a Red Bull like the energy equivalent of the coffee-drinker's redeye?
post #33 of 46
I've tried Red Bull and Monster, but both don't seem to do a whole lot for me. A friend of mine practically lives off Red Bull and those cheapo euroshopper energy drinks, even though he's convinced it's pure body-wrecking junk.
post #34 of 46
I don't like coffee, so I go with the expensive route of energy drinks. I prefer Monster and pretty much any flavor of Amp. When I've pulled an all nighter or two, I drink Spike. That stuff is insane. You're never supposed to exceed one 8 oz can a day, and I read a news story about some high school kids out in California dying from drinking too much of it. One time I got pulled over by a HWP officer in California with a case of Monster in my backseat. I asked him if he wanted one, but he only drank the blues. He was nice enough to write me up under 100 mph, and I imagine I would have gotten off scott-free if I had the low carb ones.
post #35 of 46
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Originally Posted by Rover! View Post
I've tried Red Bull and Monster, but both don't seem to do a whole lot for me. A friend of mine practically lives off Red Bull and those cheapo euroshopper energy drinks, even though he's convinced it's pure body-wrecking junk.
I'm with you... everytime I do road traveling at night I drink like 2-3 sugar free redbulls in a 6 hour period and doesn't seem to do much. I think I will just have coffee next time. Although coffee doesn't do much to me either unless it's REAL strong
post #36 of 46
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One time I got pulled over by a HWP officer in California with a case of Monster in my backseat. I asked him if he wanted one, but he only drank the blues. He was nice enough to write me up under 100 mph, and I imagine I would have gotten off scott-free if I had the low carb ones.

yeah man i work for Monster - and those low carb cans are like get out of jail free cards
post #37 of 46
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yeah man i work for Monster - and those low carb cans are like get out of jail free cards

Why don't you have more of them?? My buddy works for Monster and he gets like one low-carb case to every 10 or so regulars. Same ratio for my buddies at Red Bull.
post #38 of 46
Never cared for Red Bull, although 5 hour energy helps out,
post #39 of 46
I think I´ve have had 5 energy drinks in my life as I find the concept disgusting.
post #40 of 46
Not much of an energy drink person, but a Korean friend recommended Bacchus-D. Worked pretty well, ymmv.
post #41 of 46

Some of the best energy drinks to give you instant energy.

Check here : http://www.healthy-drinks.net/10-homemade-energy-drinks-to-give-you-instant-energy/

post #42 of 46

Red bull is my favorite becasue it really works.

post #43 of 46

I used to drink Monster alot a few years ago.

Now when i need energy I either go for a double shot iced latte or iced tea.

post #44 of 46

For the money and physical benefits go with a zero cal Monster.  The 16oz can has 200% of your daily B-6 and B-12 vitamins as well as about 170 mg of caffeine.  I don't recommend ever drinking an energy drink with sugar if you're at all considerate of physical health.

post #45 of 46

Has anyone here tried the Monster Rehab that's half energy drink, half lemonade?

 

Also, there's a Monster Rehab with 10 grams of protein that's pretty decent.

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