Alcohol would seduce no one in an ideal world. It can cause weight gain, liver damage, and addiction. What America needs today is a drink," said Franklin D. Roosevelt when Prohibition was repealed in 1933.
Before you get "wasted away again in Margaritaville" and "seek for your misplaced shaker of salt," know that this famous mix of tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice, and syrup may account for approximately 70% of your daily sugar consumption on a 2,000-calorie diet.
"Frosé all day" is begging to gain weight. This frozen rosé drink has 115.2% of the recommended daily sugar intake per 8 fl oz. Frosé is sometimes served in daiquiri-style cups, making portion control extra harder.
Long Island iced teas are known for mixing gin, white rum, silver tequila, vodka, triple sec, simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, and cola.
Whiskey, lemon juice, sugar, and occasionally egg white make a whisky sour. Several pubs and restaurants provide this cocktail with pre-mixed ingredients.
Sswirled in bar glass This vodka-Kahlúa-heavy cream drink has 47% of your daily sugar consumption.
If you adore piña coladas but watch your sugar consumption, I have terrible news: Sadly, the mix of pineapple juice, white, and black rum makes it a sugary drink with over 40 grammes of sugar per 8-ounce glass.