Recently, a rise on the creation of cocktails consisting of energy drinks with alcohol has been growing among college students. Though it is often thought of as yet another creative cocktail recipe, it also suggest the apparent stupidity of the mixers. One of the most popular recipes involve the mixture of Red Bull with an alcoholic beverage made in order to induce a mind-blowing feeling. If the call for road safety years ago was don’t mix drinking with driving, it’s slowly shifting to avoid cocktails with energy drinks. What makes energy drinks with alcohol that devious anyway?
Below are some guidelines to help you discern the true dangers of energy drinks with alcohol, so read on:
Energy drinks are still beyond the control of FDA regulations. This doesn’t mean that the general public should not consume as much as they want. Just make sure to avoid mixing your energy drink with alcohol. Also, remember that everything in excess would always have repercussions. Please, be careful.
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