Tips for keeping cocktails lo-cal

04/25/2012 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

To keep sugary cocktails low in calories, stick with white liquors and avoid "residual sugar" in wines, advises Washington, D.C., mixologist Gina Chersevani. Darker liquors are higher in calories, and dry wines are less likely to contain added sugar. Other tips include avoiding shots, skipping the Champagne and using low-calorie mixers like iced tea.

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