|Quoting Sebolino (reply 2):|
Tequila+Gin to make a TGV
|Quoting Aerorobnz (reply 3):|
I was shocked when I got asked for ID to buy it...(partly cos I'm 21) In New Zealand you can buy it at any age, and if you go to the right place you can buy the concentrated version.
|Quoting SLC1 (reply 5):|
Crack in a can
|Quoting ArmitageShanks (reply 12):|
It's because of the caffeine.
Go get a copy of the January 2005 National Geographic and read the article about caffeine in there. It will tell you all about why it is banned.
|Quoting Gkirk (reply 17):|
Double Vodka with Red Bull
|Quoting Springbok747 (Reply 24):|
Here, it's available everywhere, right on supermarket shelves...and there is no age limit to buy it...it's just like buying coke or Pepsi.
|Quoting Gkirk (Reply 30):|
£8 for double vodka and redbull?
Just glad up in Scotland it's £2.90
|Quoting Swisskloten (Reply 26):|
I know a Swedish woman who is only 1.5 meters tall, weighs 46 kg and can drink anyone under the table! Red Bull? She probably has a few cans of the stuff for breakfast. At my college, the parking lot is littered with Red Bull cans every Friday night. Maybe you could challenge her to a drinking contest! She lives in Malmo.
|Quoting BA380 (Reply 7):|
I understand it is banned in Sweden as well. Can't remember the details, but some people say that it is dangerous, due to the high taurine amount or something.
|Quoting Aerorobnz (Reply 3):|
Though you have to be 16 in the UK
|Quoting SK A340 (Reply 37):|
I however stopped drinking it (read mix it with vodka) since I heard that it contains something which is extracted from bull testicles.