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.
|Amaretto||17g||Italian liqueur made from apricot pits, tastes like almonds|
|Anisette||11g||Italian liqueur from anise seed, licorice flavored|
|Baileys||5.5g||Irish blend of cream and whiskey|
|Carolan's||6.5g||Irish blend of cream and whiskey|
|Chambord||11g||French berry liqueur, tastes like raspberries|
|Chartreuse||11g||French herbal bend of 130 plants + alcohol|
|Cointreau||10g||style of curacao, orange flavored alcohol|
|Curacao||9.6g||orange flavored alcohol from Caribbean|
|Drambuie||9g||Scotch whiskey with honey|
|Frangelico||11g||Italian liqueur made from hazelnuts|
|Galliano||8g||Italian sweet herbal liqueur|
|Grand Marnier||11g||French brandy-based orange-flavored liqueur|
|Kahlua||17g||Mexican liqueur with coffee flavor|
|Midori||11g||Mexican liqueur with honeydew melon flavor|
|Schnapps, Peach||12g||alcohol distilled from fruit|
|Southern Comfort||3g||Peach flavored neutral grain alcohol|
|Triple Sec||12.5g||style 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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