Red Bull Winter Edition Fig Apple Energy Drink
What is a better pairing for the move into the winter season than an apple-based drink? I’d argue nothing and win because warm apple drinks have the smell and taste associated with memories of winter activities. What that said, why should it be any different when we’re trying to shake the fog out of our command center than to use an apple-themed energy drink?
Red Bull Apple Fig is Red Bull’s winter entry into the market and I am their finish line. So on your mark, get set, and let’s go get to the bottom of this 12 oz chemistry in a can.
If you’ve seen my other writings, you know its housekeeping time, You know the rules, and so do I:
1. Don’t drink Red Bull: The Winter Edition if you don’t like apples or figs. These flavors are abundant and will punch you in the mouth. Don’t give it that chance if you already despise these tastes.
2. If you are caffeine sensitive, have a heart condition, or think you should try this on a day with large anxiety possibilities – maybe don’t drink Red Bull Fig Apple.
3. See if you can find this drink on a day that the store offers a “Two-For…” deal, there’s no sense in paying $3.00USD for a beverage even if you love your caffeine fix. Keep your eye out for Red Bull coupons.
4. Regardless of who you are, please don’t drink more than 1-2 energy drinks in a given day, and don’t go crazy on them throughout your week.
For the nutritional facts, Red Bull: The Winter Edition (Fig Apple) is 160 Calories per 12-ounce serving. It has 0g of fat, 130mg of sodium, and 40g of carbohydrates. There are 38g of total sugars including 38g of added sugars, and no protein. For the energy blend, The Winter Edition has about 155mg of caffeine, 140% of your daily value of Niacin, 350% of your daily value of Vitamin B6, 120% of your daily value of vitamin B12, and 70% of your daily value of Pantothenic Acid.
Red Bull The Winter Edition Review
With the facts taken care of, let’s take a bite (or sip) of the apple of knowledge and see what truths we can take in When it comes to Red Bull: The Winter Edition, I would say that it is a heavy drink. I wouldn’t recommend partaking in this beverage if you are full or approaching that full feeling.
When it comes to the fig-apple flavor, the fig side of things is going to hit you the hardest and will seat itself around most of your tastebud divisions. The apple flavor does arrive but it is far less apparent. Overall the drink is flavorful in a great way and I would venture to try it again. I give the Red Bull Fig Apple a rating of 6/10.
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