Harcos Laboratories, the makers of Mana Potion Energy Shots [which coincidentally look very similar to the ones found in MMORPG World of Warcraft], has released their latest creation: Blood.
Yes, of course they didn’t invent “blood,” but they did do a stellar job in manufacturing an energy drink that looks like you raided a ‘donate blood-mobile’.
Each “Blood Potion” is packaged in a 3.4 oz pouch similar to an I.V. bag found inside any hospital. A single bag contains 80 mg of caffeine as well as other supplements intended to give you a boost when stricken with the bloodlust. It’s best served warm (no, I’m not kidding) like real human blood, which can be achieved by placing it into the microwave for about 14 seconds, according to the manufacturer’s web site LivingWithBloodlust.com.
And for those who aren’t impressed with novelty vampire dietary items, fear not. Harcos Labs just debuted an additional flavor: Zombie Blood. It’s green, tastes like lime, and best served cold. Don’t ask me why zombies crave green blood, they just do apparently.
Seriously though, if the idea of these energy shots alone doesn’t make you want to buy them, the marketing done on the web site probably will.
A 4-pack of blood pouches will cost you $15.95 within the U.S.
From the site:
Bloodlust affects almost 100% of people with vampirism. 96% of beings who crave blood on a regular basis have been turned and the remaining four percent are human social deviants. It is important to know that there is no cure for Bloodlust, but with proper treatment, it can be managed”¦