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Energy Drinks in Thailand




For a rather long time, you've been able to buy small bottles (normally 100-150 ml) in Thailand, with a refreshing sweet mix of water, sugars, caffeine, taurine or/and argenine, sugar, and vitamins etc. They have for a long time been especially popular among the Bangkok's tuk-tuk and bus drivers. It has also become rather popular to mix the energy drinks with alcohol like Mekong (rice whisky), Sang Som (Thai rum), Regency (Brandy) or Vodka. (We do not have the expertise whether this might be a potential health risk or not). The most sold energy drinks are today:




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Krating Daeng or Red Bull



Available in two different bottles and in a can and originally from Thailand. An almost "legendary" energy drink with the almost as legendary towels logotype. Dietrich Mateschitz from Austria and Chaleo Yoovidhya from Thailand has both become billionaires from their "invention" and from the Austrian Red Bull.




Lipovitan-D or Lipo



Comes in a brown bottle with an blue-white label. Originally from Japan, but has been sold in Thailand for many years and can also be considered as a "classic" energy drink. Licensed by Taisho Pharmaceutical Co.




M 150



Comes in a brown bottle with a yellow-red label. Has been market intensively on TV and in other media, with help from the famous artist Sek Loso. M 150 has become one of the most popular energy drinks in Thailand last years.




Carabao Daeng



A relatively new energy drink, promoted with the very popular band Carabao. There band logotype is found on the bottle as well.

Energi drink and lime
RED BULL AND VODKA IN BANGKOK - Photo by Jens W, Yenit.com



Alcohol




Under development. Will be published shortly




Hangover "Cure" in Thailand



This is our advice on how to cure a hangover when you are in Thailand:

1. Go to nearest convenience store, market and pharmacy and buy these "ingredients":

  Berocca
  A bottle of Gatorade
  1,5 liter of mineral water (such as Aura)
  One banana

2. Drink 1,3 liter of the mineral water slowly.

3. Add one Berocca tablet in the rest of the water and consume it when the tablet is dissolved.

4. Wait ten minutes. Consume the bottle of Gatorade and the banana.

5. Go for a swim!

6. I am positive that you will feel better!




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