Not according to two class action lawsuits filed against the company and settled for $13 million in 2015. The main basis of the suits was the claim that Red Bull misled consumers into paying higher prices for their products by touting the superiority of their beverage to say a regular cup of coffee, in spite of scientific evidence otherwise. The company’s attorneys have chosen to characterize the payout as a gift to consumers and view the agreement as a nuisance settlement, although the company changed its marketing practices after the conclusion of the case. So does Red Bull give you wings? The jury is literally still out but do the research and come to your own conclusion using some of the links below.
Law 360 article for background info:
Caffeine Chart proving by the Center for Science in the Public Interest:
To see the actual documents filed in the case, checkout Bloomberg Law. Ask a reference librarian for help!