OK guys and gals, it is time to get fizzical! No, I don’t mean with exercise, I’m talking about low calories carbonated cocktails! Though you will likely be doing plenty of one-armed curls with these, and that is close enough to exercise for me!
The secret to these Sparkling Sunrise cocktails is Sparkling Ice. At zero calories per bottle, they are the perfect substitution when you are looking to cut back on your cocktail’s calories! Plus, they are carbonated so they pack plenty of fizz in your glass!
I love the wide variety of flavors Sparkling Ice comes in. There were quite a few cocktail ideas I had for these, including a twist on the brandy slush, which I still want to try! However, the Tequila Sunrise has long been a favorite drink of mine so on a hot Saturday afternoon the Orange Mango Sparkling Ice was calling my name! (Disclaimer: Orange Mango Sparkling Ice doesn’t actually talk.)
Like I said, these are perfect for unleashing your own creativity. If tequila isn’t your cup of tea, white rum would be a fantastic mixer with any of these flavors.
Did you know can purchase your favorite flavor of Sparkling Ice right from Amazon.com? Plus, they have a really cool dash button you need to check out! The dash button is a Wi-Fi connected device that reorders your favorite product with the press of a button. How cool is that?
Head over to Amazon, grab your favorite flavor of Sparkling Ice and get creative with your favorite cocktail! There are so many flavors to choose from, you are only limited by your creativity!
If you are looking for a low-calorie alternative to the traditional Tequila Sunrise, check out this Sparkling Sunrise cocktail!
- 1/2 cup Orange Mango Sparkling Ice
- 1/4 cup Tequilla
- 1 tsp Grenadine
- Ice for glass
Fill cocktail glass with ice, then add tequila and Orange Mango Sparkling Ice. Slowly add Grenadine last.
LOOKING FOR MORE COCKTAIL IDEAS? Check out my Amaretto Stone Sour recipe too!
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