New Prime Energy drink unveiled that’s coming to the UK very soon
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Logan Paul and KSI have announced a brand new Prime drink which is set to come to the UK market pretty soon. So be prepared for more chaotic scenes in Aldi and bottles being sold online for hundreds of pounds.
The YouTubers took to the official Prime Instagram account to reveal the new product Prime Energy, that is only available for those over the age of 18. You can see them talk about the new product here:
In the clip, Paul compares the new Prime Energy to the ‘number one best selling energy brand in the world’ and explains: “They’re both the US version and they’re both 12 ounce cans.”
Comparing the contents of the two cans, Paul goes on to say that the best seller has 160 calories per can, compared to Prime Energy which has just 10; while the best selling brand has 38g of sugar compared to 0 in the YouTuber’s version.
Meanwhile, Prime Energy packs in a heart-pounding 200mg of caffeine, compared to 114mg in the other drink and, Paul explains, Prime also has double the electrolytes with 300 to 150.
“The point is,” Paul adds. “We’re so much f**king better.”
The drink is currently on sale to US customers, while those of us on this side of the pond will have to wait until April to give it a go.
Prime Energy is available in five flavours: Orange Mango, Strawberry Watermelon, Blue Raspberry, Lemon Lime and Tropical Punch - assuming you can get your hands on a bottle, of course.
A caption alongside the clip read: “PRIME Energy just hit the site – snag yours on DrinkPrime.com UK followers, don’t worry - PRIME Energy is coming to the UK in April!
“All statements are comparing the products depicted in the video. PRIME Energy is for ages 18+.”
As you might have assumed given the recent furore over Prime Hydration, fans of the drink - and its YouTuber creators - are keen to give it a try.
Posting in the clip’s comments one fan wrote: “Absolutely just copped the heck out of mine 100%. It’s boutta be fire.”
Another said: “Can’t wait to taste! Looks so nice.”
While a third joked: “Aye best of luck getting it until 2026 tho.” Yeah, good point, mate.
Someone else said: “Great once it comes to UK, have to wait six years just to be able to buy any.” I guess we’ll find out in April, eh, guys?