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Everything you need to know about Logan Paul’s new drink, Prime Energy

Logan Paul and KSI just launched a new caffeinated Prime Hydration drink called Prime Energy.

Boxers Paul and KSI may have had beef in the ring, but last year, on Jan. 4, they joined forces to launch Prime. The energy drink became so popular that people lined up at stores to snag a can. To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the company’s debut, the duo released Prime Energy.

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What is Prime Energy?

Prime Energy is a line of flavored caffeinated energy drinks created by Logan Paul and KSI. Prime Energy is sugar-free and vegan and contains 200 milligrams of caffeine and 300 milligrams of electrolytes.

It is the latest beverage in the Prime line, which began with Prime Hydration, a replenishing drink with antioxidants, electrolytes and B vitamins.

How to buy the Prime Energy drink in the U.S.

Prime Energy was initially released on Jan. 4 exclusively through the company’s website. However, all five flavors sold out within an hour.

The drink is available for sale at GNC, Kroger, Ralph’s, Target, CVS, Walmart Supercenters, Sam’s Club and The Vitamin Shoppe.

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