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List of More than 180 Approved Alcohol Beverages Containing Caffeine

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These drinks (containing both alcohol and caffeine) are controversial, but the controversy and challenges do not seem to have slowed the rate of new product introductions. Here is a list of more than 180 TTB-approved alcohol beverage products containing caffeine. That is, in each case the label specifically mentions the addition of caffeine, guarana, cola nuts, cocoa, coffee, tea or yerba mate. A large percentage of the products on this list were approved since the fall of Sparks and Tilt.

Then, on November 12, 2009, FDA aimed a bazooka at most such products with added caffeine. FDA sent a letter along these lines to about 30 of the below-listed companies. It is worth noting that a big portion of these brands fell by the wayside a long time ago.