Q:

What liquor has the lowest sugar content?

A:

Quick Answer

Captain Morgan's Original Spiced Rum has the lowest content of alcohol, the least amount of calories and contains no sugar. Hard liquors, including gin, vodka, whiskey and rum, contain no sugar if you do not mix them with anything else.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

The natural sugars in the fruits and grains are removed in the distillation process. Beer also has low or no sugar content, although it can have a considerably high carbohydrate count due to the grains.

Liqueurs are high in sugar content. Mixers, such as tonic water, sweet and sour mixes, fruit juice and soda, add sugar content when mixed with liquor.

Learn more about Liquor & Cocktails

Related Questions

  • Q:

    What does "100-proof alcohol" mean?

    A:

    In the United States, 100-proof alcohol means that the liquor is 50% alcohol by volume. Though alcohol by volume remains the same regardless of country, the way different countries measure proof varies.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    What liquor is 100 proof or higher?

    A:

    In the United States, liquor with 50% alcohol by volume or more would be considered 100 proof or higher. Proof depends on the amount of alcohol in the spirit as well as where you are. In the United States, proof equals double the percentage of alcohol by volume, or ABV.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    What is Smirnoff Ice?

    A:

    Smirnoff Ice is an alcohol drink that, in the United States and France, is made from malt liquor and citrus flavoring. Outside of the U.S., excluding France, Smirnoff Ice is a mixed vodka and citrus drink.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    How do you take a shot of alcohol?

    A:

    To take a shot of alcohol, fill a standard shot glass that holds 1.5 ounces to just below the rim with liquor, and drink the shot glass of alcohol by swallowing the contents quickly. You can fill the shot glass with vodka, rum, whiskey, tequila or another hard liquor.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:

Explore