Caffeine—we love it, we need it. How best to get it?
We are often asked what the main differences are between inhaling and drinking caffeine, and although Eagle Energy and energy drinks have the same goal—to increase energy and mental performance—they’re more different than alike.
An entertaining marketing case study on thriving vs. surviving during a pandemic.
First the back-story: Megan and Glen Jackson founded One Peak Creative out of Vancouver, BC in 2015, then moved to Kelowna, BC; partnering with videographer, Conar Fair, in 2019. The team started taking on larger scale projects, including a 2020 Super Bowl ad...
As the world’s most widely used go-to for an energy boost, caffeine is a socially acceptable drug for a reason. Not only does it taste great, studies suggest it can improve mood and concentration, sharpen our focus, and even help burn fat by boosting metabolism.
Five things you may not know about this tropical treat.
Lychee fruit (pronounced “lie-chee”)—which looks like a raspberry and has the texture and taste of a sweet grape, with a side of pear and watermelon—is as confusing as it is exotic. Read on for more on what inspired our new Lychee Ice flavor.
“What if we could inhale caffeine?” said the overwhelmed and over-caffeinated student-athletes,Elliot MashfordandKarson Hutchinson, as they struggled to keep up with studies, sports, and fun on campus by mainlining sugary, caffeine drinks and shaky supplements.
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