Bacchus-F


Bacchus-F

Bacchus-F (Hangul:박카스-에프) is a non-carbonated Korean energy drink. It is manufactured by the Dong-A Corporation; it is also distributed in the United States under the Dong-A America Corporation in a 3.3 oz glass bottle (approximately 1/3 the size of a Red Bull). Dong-A Pharmaceutical, a branch of the Dong-A Corporation, also manufactures Bacchus-D, one of the three original energy drinks in the world [See http://www.donga-pharm.com/Product/03_otc.jsp] . Although Bacchus-F has been popular in South Korea for many years, it has recently risen to prominence in North American culture alongside other popular energy drinks consumed in combination with alcohol, such as Vodka-Red Bull. The most common form of consumption is the "Bacchus Bomb," which is produced by pouring 3.3 oz of Bacchus-F into a cup and subsequently dropping a shot glass filled with vodka into the cup, with the resulting mixture being consumed as rapidly as possible.

Ingredients

Bacchus F contains the following ingredients: [ [http://www.kgrocer.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=384 KGROCER.com - Ingredients] ]

Water, high fructose corn syrup, sugar, taurine, inositol, guaraná extract, royal jelly, nicotinamide, pyridoxine hcl, riboflavin sodium phosphate, thiamine nitrate preserved with sodium benzoate, ethanol, citric acid anhydrous, sorbitol, apple juice, sodium chloride, natural essences(orange, pineapple, strawberry), artificial flavors.

See also

* List of energy drinks
* Lipovitan - similar design

References

External links

* [http://www.bacchusd.com/index.jsp Official Site]


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