In its apparent never-ending thirst for increased cash flow the so-called ?Kabbalah Centre,? run by the Philip Berg family of California and favored by Madonna, has launched a new energy drink.
The ?Kabbalah Energy Drink? is sold in a red; white and blue can and produced through the same company that puts out 7 Up.
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May 11, 2005 at 8:35 pm
August 6, 2006 at 10:54 pm
This drink is not from the Kabbalah Center which is said explicitly on their faq page: http://www.kabbalahenergydrink.com/faq
August 7, 2006 at 12:30 am
That link to the FAQ page doesn’t work, and I can’t find the FAQ on their web site. But statements that the Kabbalah Centre are not behind the energy drink are lies:
“In fact, KEI is a for-profit subsidiary of the Centre and was incorporated in 2000. Its articles of incorporation list as its president Philip Berg. (Ezra also told Radar that Kabbalah Energy Drink was not the Centre?s type of product because it wasn?t ?completely healthy? and that his investors? identities were confidential.) In response to Radar?s questions about this, Centre spokesperson Alison Cohen said that what Ezra was trying to convey was that the energy drink was distributed by the Centre?s for-profit subsidiary, rather than by the Centre itself. Cohen makes a fine distinction. An asset of KEI is an asset of the Centre.”
Edit: Here’s an archive.org version of that Radar mag article:
September 3, 2006 at 3:37 am
kabbalah enrgy drink faq site corrected
September 3, 2006 at 2:16 pm
Actually, the link is:
It perpetuates the lie that “Kabbalah Energy Drink has no legal or binding affiliation with the Kabbalah Center,” which Radar has proven is false.