When circulation drops and fatigue sets in, many people turn to energy drinks. They push the organism and provide an energy boost.
Especially popular as a mixed drink is the Flügerl, which is prepared with Red Bull and vodka. A great party recipe that looks great and tastes delicious.
A tumbler is filled with ice cubes and vodka is poured over it, then the glass is filled with Red Bull. A straw drinking straw and a slice of lemon complete the delicious mixed drink.
Energy drinks are a quick alternative to coffee and appeal to many young people.
What's in the energy drink?
Energy drinks contain water, caffeine, flavors, colorants taurine and sugar. The sugar content is often the same as that of other soft drinks. One energy drink is roughly equivalent to one cup of coffee. Caffeine has a stimulating effect and accelerates the activity of the heart and thus the entire blood circulation. Taurine is also an organic substance produced by the human body itself. It accelerates the metabolism, but does not have a performance-enhancing effect.