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Caffeinated Alcoholic Drinks Are Unsafe? What about alchohol added to caffinated drinks?

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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 10:24 AM
You know those colorful cans with their energy drink contents and their high alcohol content the FDA is worried about? It made me think what if someone were to market an Irish coffee type drink from a Starbucks like bottle of cold coffee beverage? I mean Irish coffee has been served in bars and clubs for a very long time. I wonder if they would give it an exemption due to the fact that it is the original Alcoholic energy drink?

Any thoughts anyone?

posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 10:26 AM
Yeah i know what you mean.. My thing is whisky and coke... Soda pop has caffeine in it..

I think the whole thing is just for lack of a better word "retarded".

posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 10:30 AM
Also dangerous.

From experience. I mixed vodka and redbull once. After drinking and dancing around. I felt my heart start to race. And it felt like it was about to explode it was beating so hard.

not a good thing.

posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 11:19 AM
I know you americans are up in arms about your liberties at the moment, but this particular issue is really a non-issue.

This law has been in effect in canada for about 2 years now. It is still perfectly legal to mix your redbull with your vodka, or coffee, or what have you.

The only difference is that you cannot be sold a drink with this particular mixture. If your at the bar, they will give you redbull and vodka side-by-side. The only difference is you now have to mix it together yourself. That means if you have 7 jaggerbombs and have a heat attack, there wont be any lawsuits against the now blameless coorperation.

Believe it or not, its a good thing

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