What it’s made of:
combined with water, sugar, carbon dioxide, natural caramel flavor, and caffeine from coffee beans.
Answer after the jump.
What it is:
What it tastes like:
A bit like a Coke Slurpee—vaguely watered-down, and on the lemony side. We didn’t detect any undertones of mustard or pine, thank goodness, and there was no “energy drink” aftertaste. But aside from the fact that it was all natural, the flavor was not very compelling.
Where to find it:
Red Bull Cola is currently available in the Netherlands, Austria, Czech Republic, Egypt, Switzerland, Spain, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Italy, United Kingdom, Ireland, Thailand, Romania, Hungary, Russia, and the United States. In the U.S., it retails for $1.49.
Should you bother?:
If you’re very concerned about synthetic additives or high fructose corn syrup, it’s worth a shot. Red Bull Cola also has more caffeine than Coke, and comparatively less sugar. But in a taste test, my colleagues and I agreed that the Coca Cola Classic formula is hard to beat.
Here‘s what some analysts are saying.
Ingredient image credit: redbullcola.com