What You Should Know
Resident Evil Energy is an energy drink from the creators of the Resident Evil movie series. The energy drink tastes something like cherry medicine, which is not the best flavor in the world, but energy drinks are not known for tasting great. The ingredient list is available online through several retailers, but we did not find an official website for the energy drink. We read several reviews from people who’ve purchased the drink from comic book stores and movie shops.
There is a warning on the Resident Evil Energy can that says the drink is for mature audiences only. Though this warning reads like a joke it is completely serious. There is at least 120 mg of caffeine per can which is more than many energy drinks. Children should not consume Resident Evil Energy.
List of Ingredients
- Guarana Extract
- Panax Ginseng Extract
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
When you want to run from the T-virus infected in Raccoon City you’ll need plenty of energy. Anyone who’s watched the Resident Evil movies knows the characters either run for days without sleep or they are infected and become the hunters. The can claims the energy drink is an antidote for the T-virus, but is really nothing more than an energy drink.
The ingredient list is packed with caffeine – a stimulant, guarana – a stimulant and panax ginseng – a focus driving ingredient. You’ll likely feel more alert and energized after drinking the Resident Evil Energy supplement, but the bump won’t last that long. The total caffeine amount, though more than some other energy supplements, is about the same as one to two cups of morning coffee.
There is no official website for Resident Evil Energy so all information is published by companies selling the product. The product description is laden with references to the Resident Evil movies and other zombie-style events. You can drink the liquid to sure the T-virus or you can drink it to increase energy – but it will not help you lose weight.
- Ingredients in the Resident Evil Energy drink are listed online.
- You can purchase the drink from the UK and in the US.
- The drink claims to cure the T-virus.
- Resident Evil Energy is not for kids.
- The total caffeine content is more than some dieters can take in one dose.
- The taste resembles cherry medicine.
Resident Evil Energy is a novelty drink that contains caffeine and other energy and memory boosting ingredients. It looks like the drink is listed for sale in the UK, but we found reviews from buyers in the US. This drink is likely only for novelty and is not a typical energy drink you’d use every day.