Four Loko is already a miracle beverage in and of itself. It not only allows you to get blind stinking...
One day there will be caffeine in everything. Until then, there will be consumer advocate groups that claim to have...
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Yes, this is true folks. Our once favorite drink that provided instant drunkness while being completely alert is now being converted into auto fuel. According to Fox News, large amounts of Four Loko and other alcohol-energy drinks are being recycled into ethanol and other products after federal authorities claimed that the beverages were dangerous and caused drinkers to be "wide-awake drunk".
First there was Four Loko-- the notorious "Blackout in a Can" that made so many headlines it was pulled from the shelves. And now there's alcohol infused whipped cream which seems to be the newest alcoholic product garnering national disapproval. Whether or not it will remain on shelves still remains unknown, but in the meantime it's time to start inventing some more alcohol infused products to hit the shelves during 2011. Engineers: get to it.
There’s whipped cream flavored vodka. Then came a chocolate whipped cream vodka. With the obsession of this light flurry topping, alcohol makers have decided to infuse booze into whipped cream.
With Four Loko still being the most controversial alcoholic energy drink around, NY Daily News reports that the caffeinated version of the drink will be removed off shelves across the country by December 13. According to a press release from the makers, the drink has disappeared from the store shelves in order to prepare for the “new” Four Loko. It will hit shelves without caffeine ingredients, the company promised. The real question at hand is will the drink still have the same popularity?
Four Loko is a 23.5 ounce caffeinated alcoholic beverage that's taking our country by storm. With an estimated 260 milligrams of caffeine and just under 6 shots of alcohol per can, this beverage earned the nickname of "Blackout in a Can" for a good reason. Four Loko may not be sold on shelves this time next year, but who says we can't make our own? After many hours of research and several experiments, I've finally perfected a Four Loko knockoff.
According to the New York Times, the company that produces Four Loko is going to remove the caffeine and two other ingredients from the drink, due to the complaints of the high levels of the stimulant combined with alcohol.
According to the Daily Mail Reporter, Washington state has implemented an immediate ban of the alcoholic energy drink Four Loko. The reason for the ban is due to nine students who got highly intoxicated on the beverage and had to be hospitalized last month. Oklahoma, Michigan and Utah have banned the drink as well. WTF!
Boston College administration sent out the obligatory Four Loko warning last week...so did every school in America but what until you see what the student newspaper said about America's favorite drink! They actually told students to give up drinking Four Loko and start drinking another type of booze, find out what they told students to drink right here. There are a ton of great Four Loko videos on YouTube, we've compiled the best so enjoy!
With Ramapo College of New Jersey in Mahwah recently banning the substance on campus after almost two dozen students were hospitalized with alcohol poisoning right after the fall semester began we wonder WTF the deal is with Four Loko anyway.