An energy drink brand from Austria is presenting the world's first vegetable-based energy drink with the full power of green cucumbers and mint. The cucumber energy drink from PURE BIO ENERGY draws its power from super caffeine, coming from organically grown coffee beans.
"Nothing picks you up quicker and longer than concentrated caffeine of the coffee plant. Even grandma will stay on the dance floor forever with our cucumber drink. Truckers drive non-stop from Svalbard to Sicily. By combining green cucumber, mint and lime, a completely new energy drink feeling was created, on a cucumber juice basis. Sounds funny, but when drunk ice-cold it is a refreshingly tangy pick-me-up without any competition on the market," says developer and CEO Udo Wagner.
At tastings in clubs all over Austria the first mix creations by creative bartenders were already available. This energy drink will soon be available internationally in many supermarkets and at selected gastronomers.
Organic is better and organic caffeine makes you more alert
In 2007, PURE BIO ENERGY produced the first purely biological energy drink in the world, which can compete with any of the countless artificial energy drinks in terms of power. "PURE BIO makes you more alert, is easier on the stomach and brings an enormous turbo effect into the day (or night) due to the added natural caffeine", says Udo Wagner. The vegetable variant is a further innovation of PURE BIO ENERGY, which fits perfectly on to the current wave of 'organics'.
Worldwide vegetable energy from Austria
PURE BIO Energy Drink is currently represented in more than 30 countries worldwide and in thousands of supermarkets and outlets in Europe, USA, Japan, Asia, South America and the Middle East. The demand especially for organic drinks and pure natural products is growing enormously worldwide. "Our vegetable energy drink is therefore the perfect lifestyle drink", said the energy drink developer.
The high-end organic product is currently sold in the following thousands of outlets. For example from Merkur, Billa, DM Markt, Metro, ADEG, Wedl CuC, Kaufland, Tesco, Cencosu, Carrefour, Auchan, Ikea, in Shell shops, Eni shops, Accor hotels, organic supermarkets, restaurants, event catering, food retail and thousands of gas stations and convenience stores and in over 10,000 Lawson supermarkets in Japan, by obtaining the Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS certificate).