On average, the gin and tonic cocktail mix contains between 120 and 166 calories per serving. It must be noted, however, that most bars and bartenders in the United States use soda water instead of tonic water. The recom... More »

According to Cosmopolitan, a typical gin and Slimline tonic has 114 calories. The double shot of gin contains 110 calories, while the Slimline adds just four more. Made with a traditional tonic, the drink has 150 calorie... More »

Tonic water contains carbonated water, quinine and sweeteners. It is a bitter drink originally intended to fend off malaria. It was frequently mixed with liquor to improve the taste. Modern tonic water has sweeteners add... More »

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According to Cosmopolitan, a typical gin and Slimline tonic has 114 calories. The double shot of gin contains 110 calories, while the Slimline adds just four more. Made with a traditional tonic, the drink has 150 calorie... More »

Comestibles and potables that mix well with tequila are sloe gin and sweet vermouth, as combined in the leapfrog. Tequila can also mix well with orange juice and grenadine for the Arizona sunrise. The classic margarita i... More »

Make a martini with either gin or vodka and dry vermouth. Martinis come in shaken and stirred varieties; most bartenders default to preparing a martini shaken unless otherwise specified. More »

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Liquor, such as vodka, rum and gin, lasts indefinitely when stored under ideal conditions. Closed bottles of wine have a shelf life of between one and three years, depending on the type. Beer has a shelf life of six mont... More »