Red Bull is indeed a popular drink not only amongst the youngsters but also among the working men and women. Red Bull is an energy drink that was created in the year 1987 by an Austrian company called Red Bull GmbH. Records of market share shows that Red Bull is the most popular energy drink and around 4.6 billion cans were sold in the year 2011.
Owing to the popularity, Red Bull has become a commonly sold beverage that is available almost in all the groceries stores and stalls selling drinks and fast foods. The drink helps people to get diverse benefits like improving attention, escalating attentiveness and reducing fatigue. One can of Red Bull contain 110 calories out of which 4% of calorie comes from Sodium (if the Sodium count is 100 mg) and 9% of calorie comes from Carbohydrates (if the Carbohydrate count is 28.0 g). The sugar or caffeine content in each of the can of Red Bull is approximately 27.0 g. Red Bull has also launched Red Bull Zero Calorie in the market that contains almost the same ingredients used in normal Red Bull drink but in lower calorie count. 27.0 g of Sucrose and Glucose are contained in 100 ml of Red Bull Energy Drink. These are basically kinds of sugar that adds up to the calorie content.
Each can of Red Bull Energy Drink contains an inimitable recipe that includes Caffeine, B-Group Vitamins, Glucose & Sucrose, Taurine and Alpine Spring Water. This drink doesn’t have alcoholic material; rather fresh Alpine water is the key ingredient of Red Bull. The market sells many other variants of Red bull apart from Red Bull Energy Drink, like Red Bull Sugarfree, Red Bull Zero Calories, Red Bull Editions and Red Bull Cola. Red Bull Sugarfree is almost like Red Bull Energy Drink, but without sugar. The sugars sucrose and glucose in this drink have been replaced by the artificial sweeteners like acesulfame K and aspartame/sucralose.