Brittany Banks is a young woman who likes to experiment with food. She gets bored of always eating the same meals.
Red Bull Gives You Wings
I noticed a lot of people have been drinking these red bull Italian sodas. I think people love them because they taste good and they give you energy for the day. There are two different ways you can make this drink. It depends on how you like it; if you want cream or no cream. These recipes are really easy to make. Try it out and stop wasting money!
- 1 small can Red Bull
- 1 cup club soda
- 1/2 cup ice cubes
- 1/2 cup half & half
- 1/4 cup artificial flavoring
- Add ice to any cup size that you desire.
- If you want artificial flavoring then go ahead and add it. If not, then go ahead and add half the can of red bull.
- Now fill the rest of your cup with club soda.
- If you want to add half & half, go right ahead.
Two Different Ways
How you make a Red Bull Italian Soda really depends on the person. Sometimes you ask for no cream (half & half). A lot of people don't care for extra flavoring, they just want the red bull. Whichever way you like it, it depends on how you make it.
Note: If the cream separates, you are using the wrong kind. Try using half & half. If it doesn't work, use less club soda.
Questions & Answers
Question: the cream is separating when I try to make a Red Bull Italian soda. What am I doing wrong?
Answer: It could be the cream you are using. Try using less club soda.
© 2017 Brittany Banks
Brittany Banks (author) from Spokane, Washington on May 05, 2020:
I'm not sure what happened to the question that was just asked. Someone asked if the half & half would curl with the sugar free flavoring. I've never tried the sugar free option personally, but if it is seperating, try using more club soda v.s. half & half. Another option is to try a different half & half and if you don't finish your drink, leave it in the fridge and drink through out the day. Make sure you stir it really well. If anyone has any more questions, don't be afraid to ask. Please and thanks.
Lena Durante from San Francisco Bay Area on May 02, 2017:
Cool! I guess they just haven't made it down here to Berkeley yet.
Brittany Banks (author) from Spokane, Washington on May 01, 2017:
We are located in Spokane, Washington and they have them at almost every coffee shop.
Lena Durante from San Francisco Bay Area on May 01, 2017:
Whoa, I had never heard of a Red Bull Italian soda before I happened on this recipe. Where is it popular?
Thanks for introducing me to something new!