Cocktail Liqueur Carb Count Chart - Atkins

Cocktail Liqueur Carb Count Chart - Atkins
Looking to make cocktails with triple sec, baileys, grand marnier, or other non-straight-alcohol substances? Here are the carb counts for your ingredients.

Each count is for 1oz of the drink. All carb counts given are effective carbs.

Amaretto17gItalian liqueur made from apricot pits, tastes like almonds
Anisette11gItalian liqueur from anise seed, licorice flavored
Baileys5.5gIrish blend of cream and whiskey
Carolan's6.5gIrish blend of cream and whiskey
Chambord11gFrench berry liqueur, tastes like raspberries
Chartreuse11gFrench herbal bend of 130 plants + alcohol
Cointreau10gstyle of curacao, orange flavored alcohol
Curacao9.6gorange flavored alcohol from Caribbean
Drambuie9gScotch whiskey with honey
Frangelico11gItalian liqueur made from hazelnuts
Galliano8gItalian sweet herbal liqueur
Grand Marnier11gFrench brandy-based orange-flavored liqueur
Kahlua17gMexican liqueur with coffee flavor
Midori11gMexican liqueur with honeydew melon flavor
Schnapps, Peach12galcohol distilled from fruit
Southern Comfort3gPeach flavored neutral grain alcohol
Triple Sec12.5gstyle of curacao, orange flavored alcohol

Note I get email from people saying Midori is Japanese, and I used to think that as well, but the bottles I see clearly say it's made in Mexico :) So maybe they're now outsourcing its creation!

If you're using tonic water or soda as a mixer, be sure to use a diet version with 0g of carbs!

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