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Need some energy? Now you can inhale it (legally)
Mon, 18th Jul 2016
FYI, this story is more than a year old

Coffee has been around for as long as anyone can remember and energy drinks have been battling on the market since the 80's. Now there is a completely different player on the field.

Eagle Energy, launched in 2015, is the world's leading electronic caffeine inhaler currently available. It would seem to be a natural progression for the ludicrous energy drink market - I mean, why drink when you can inhale, right?

Essentially, the unique design from Eagle Energy (patent pending) allows consumers to inhale their caffeine without the calories or sugar. This means you can forget your trim latte, long black with no sugar or your diet energy drink, as this will do an even better job of meeting your dietary requirements. It has been a huge success around the world where it has been introduced, and now Australia is next.

“Australia was an obvious next step for us to launch this product,” says Elliot Mashford, founder and CEO of Eagle Energy Vapor. “We've successfully grown throughout North America and Europe and are excited to make Eagle Energy available to the Australian consumer.

Essentially, the inhaler turns a unique liquid formula of natural plant extracts into a vapour, allowing a quick and guilt-free rush of caffeine for the user. The proprietary formula includes a combination of guarana, taurine and ginseng, among others.

This product will be available at more than a hundred retail locations in Australia and can be delivered directly starting the first of August. One would assume it's only a matter of time before we see it arrive in retail stores on our shores in New Zealand.