Eagle Energy has created a vaporizer that allows users to get their caffeine fix without coffee. The Eagle Energy Vapor, from Montana in the United States, uses caffeine, taurine and ginseng in a contraption that looks like an e-cigarette. “Eagle Energy Vaporizers aren’t a cigarette smoking cessation device, the purpose is to provide a short term energy boost that restores alertness when you need it,” said Eagle Energy in a statement. “Eagle Energy is not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding woman, caffeine sensitive persons or to be mixed with alcohol.” Each vaporizer contains 0.03 per cent caffeine content per millilitre, which is the same content by volume as a standard energy drink. Eagle Energy said each vaporizer contains up to 500 puffs, with 10 – 20 the standard per use. Eagle Energy is currently running a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo to launch a three pack of its vaporizers.