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Organics by Red Bull Simply Cola

Not too sweet, with a unique cola taste.

Carefully selected plant extracts, coffeine from natural sources, and concentrated organic lemon juice

ORGANICS BY RED BULL BITTER LEMON

A refreshing tart flavor.

Organic concentrated lemon juice subtly softened with plant extracts for a distinctively bitter flavour.

ORGANICS BY RED BULL GINGER ALE

Aromatic and Spicy

Ginger and bergamot extracts brightened with organic concentrated lemon juice.

ORGANICS BY RED BULL TONIC WATER

A harmonious blend of sweet, bitter and dry.

With plant extracts, quinine and organic concentrated lemon juice.

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Organics by Red Bull

ORGANICS by Red Bull are made with ingredients from natural sources and are certified organic in accordance with the USDA National Organic Program.

Four Distinctive Varieties.

Organic Sodas, Not Energy Drinks.

ORGANICS by Red Bull do not contain artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, GMOs, or other artificial ingredients. The end result is four distinct, great tasting, and refreshing organic sodas made for your enjoyment.

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Water

The water used in ORGANICS by Red Bull is alpine water. The Alps are known as one of the biggest fresh water reservoirs in the world, where water is available in abundance and is constantly replenished.

Sugar

ORGANICS by Red Bull contain sugar sourced from organically farmed sugar beets. ORGANICS by Red Bull do not contain artificial sweeteners.

Caffeine

Caffeine is naturally occurring in many foods such as coffee, tea and chocolate. The caffeine in Simply Cola comes from organically farmed coffee beans harvested in plantations all over the world.

Lemon

Probably unknown to the ancient Greeks and Romans, the small tree or spreading bush of the Lemon is now growing to a limited extent in most tropical and subtropical countries. The yellow fruits have an astringent and distinctive flavour.

Ginger

Ginger is an aromatic, pungent rhizome that has been used in India and China since ancient times. It is an important spice for exotic foods.

Vanilla

The Vanilla is the fruit of a wonderful blooming orchid. Fresh Vanilla beans have no aroma. In order for them to fully develop their flavor and deep chocolate brown colour, they need to cure. The usage of Vanilla dates back to the Aztec era and is still one of the most valuable flavors in the modern World.

Liquorice

This perennial herb is native to Europe. Its roots are both sweet and bitter in flavour and are commonly used as a flavouring agent in confectionary. The Greek name glykyrrhiza, of which the word Liquorice derives, means “sweet root.”

Galangal

Galangal is a root and part of the ginger family. In the west, it is best known for its appearance in Thai and other Southeast Asian cuisine.

Cinnamon

The bushy, evergreen Cinnamon tree is native to Sri Lanka and its neighbouring islands, while also being cultivated in South America. Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices and was once more valuable than gold.

Cola Nut

The kola nut is a nut growing on evergreen trees in tropical areas. The flavors of the kola nut have been used as a cola ingredient since the cola category was first established, but are nowadays often replaced by artificial flavourings. ORGANICS Simply Cola by Red Bull contains natural flavours derived from kola nut extract. 

Cocoa

The Cocoa tree is a tropical evergreen, which has been cultivated by the Indians for more than 2000 years. Even the Aztecs prepared aromatic drinks from the Cocoa beans.

Orange

Oranges are believed native to the tropical regions of Asia and have been cultivated since the early times. Orange trees from 50 to 80 years of age can still bear fruits in abundance. Orange extract gives Simply Cola its distinguished aroma.

Cardamom

Cardamom is native to the forests of Southern India but is also commonly cultivated in other tropical regions of the world. The seeds contain essential oil and have a warm, slightly pungent and highly aromatic flavour.

Mint

Mint is native to North America and Eurasia. Its essential oil has a characteristic odour and flavour, followed by a cooling effect when applied to skin. Its usage dates back to the ancient times.

Lime

The Lime tree widely grows in tropical and subtropical areas. The Lime pulp is tender, juicy, yellowish green in colour and has a distinctive, refreshing taste.

Mace

A native evergreen tree originating from the Moluccas, or Spice Islands in the Indonesian Archipelago, which is now grown in most tropical regions across the World. The brown fruit seed is covered with a bright red, fleshy structure called an aril. The aril is the source of mace. Mace is often used in light dishes for the bright orange, saffron-like hue it imparts. It therefore perfectly enhances the unique Simply Cola taste.

Clove

The Clove tree is an evergreen native to Indonesia. It was important in the early spice trade and since Roman times has been referred to as a spice in the Western World.

Caramel Sugar Syrup

Caramel sugar syrup is obtained by the controlled heat treatment of sugar, which comes from organically farmed sugar beets. Caramel sugar syrup has a distinctive odour and taste, giving Simply Cola its characteristic warm, brown colour.

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Water

The water used in ORGANICS by Red Bull is alpine water. The Alps are known as one of the biggest fresh water reservoirs in the World, where water is available in abundance and is constantly replenished.

Sugar

ORGANICS by Red Bull contain sugar sourced from organically farmed sugar beets. ORGANICS by Red Bull do not contain artificial sweeteners.

Lemon Juice Concentrate

Probably unknown to the ancient Greeks and Romans, the small tree or spreading bush of the Lemon is now growing to a limited extent in most tropical and subtropical countries. The yellow fruits have an astringent and distinctive flavour.

Orange

Oranges are believed native to the tropical regions of Asia and have been cultivated since the early times. Orange trees from 50 to 80 years of age can still bear fruits in abundance. Orange extract gives Bitter Lemon its distinguished aroma.

Quassia

A common name for Quassia also is bitter wood. Quassia is a plant often used to impart a bitter taste into products like soft drinks, aperitifs and bitters. 

Lime

The Lime tree widely grows in tropical and subtropical areas. The Lime pulp is tender, juicy, yellowish green in colour and has a distinctive, refreshing taste.

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Water

The water used in ORGANICS by Red Bull is alpine water. The Alps are known as one of the biggest fresh water reservoirs in the world, where water is available in abundance and is constantly replenished.

Sugar

ORGANICS by Red Bull contain sugar sourced from organically farmed sugar beets. ORGANICS by Red Bull do not contain artificial sweeteners.

Lemon Juice Concentrate

Probably unknown to the ancient Greeks and Romans, the small tree or spreading bush of the Lemon is now growing to a limited extent in most tropical and subtropical countries. The yellow fruits have an astringent and distinctive flavour. ORGANICS by Red Bull Ginger Ale contains lemon juice concentrate and flavourings from lemon extracts.

Ginger

Ginger is an aromatic, pungent rhizome that has been used in India and China since ancient times. It is an important spice for exotic foods.

Bergamot

The Bergamot is an evergreen citrus tree, which grows up to three to five meters. The cultivation of the bergamot was introduced in the 17th century along the Mediterranean.

Zitrone

Probably unknown to the ancient Greeks and Romans, the small tree or spreading bush of the Lemon is now growing to a limited extent in most tropical and subtropical countries. The yellow fruits have an astringent and distinctive flavour. ORGANICS by Red Bull Ginger Ale contains lemon juice concentrate and flavourings from lemon extracts.

Caramel Sugar Syrup

Caramel sugar syrup is obtained by the controlled heat treatment of sugar, which comes from organically farmed sugar beets. Caramel sugar syrup has a distinctive odour and taste, giving Ginger Ale its characteristic warm, brown colour.

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Water

The water used in ORGANICS by Red Bull is alpine water. The Alps are known as one of the biggest fresh water reservoirs in the world, where water is available in abundance and is constantly replenished.

Sugar

ORGANICS by Red Bull contain sugar sourced from organically farmed sugar beets. ORGANICS by Red Bull do not contain artificial sweeteners.

Lemon Juice Concentrate

Probably unknown to the ancient Greeks and Romans, the small tree or spreading bush of the Lemon is now growing to a limited extent in most tropical and subtropical countries. The yellow fruits have an astringent and distinctive flavour.

Chinabark

The Chinabark, also called Cinchona, is an evergreen tree native to South America. Chinabark contains quinine that is often used to impart a bitter taste to soft drinks like tonic water. 

Quassia

A common name for Quassia also is bitter wood. Quassia is a plant often used to impart a bitter taste into products like soft drinks, aperitifs and bitters. 

Lime

The Lime tree widely grows in tropical and subtropical areas. The Lime pulp is tender, juicy, yellowish green in colour and has a distinctive, refreshing taste.

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