What goes with vodka tonic?
1 part Vodka
1 to 3 parts Tonic water
How do you make vodka squashy?
The technique is simple: get a glass bottle of vodka with at least one third of its contents poured out (or drunk), then pop in some of your favourite sweets (about 200g – 300g should do it). If they’re soft and small like Squashies, you might be able to fit them in whole.
What can be mixed with tonic water?
While gin and vodka are the most famous options, tonic works equally well with cognac, tequila, whiskey, liqueurs, and amaros. A variety of fruits, herbs, and spices can enhance these mixed drinks. Even some cocktails that don’t call for it do very well with a dose of tonic.
Is vodka tonic healthy?
As with the gin & tonic, it’s the soda water that gives the vodka tonic a relatively high calorie count of 175 calories for 280ml. Vodka, soda, and lime has no extra sugar and a low calories count of just 106 calories for the same measure.
Is tonic water Healthy?
Tonic water is a carbonated soft drink that may contain sugar and has little nutritional value. The quinine present in tonic water provides a distinctive bitter flavor. While not dangerous, tonic water does not have any benefits and could lead to an unnecessary increase in calorie consumption.
What do you mix with flavored vodka?
Mixers that blend well with all of these vodkas are citrus or fruit-based, including:
- Orange juice.
- Grapefruit juice.
- Pineapple juice.
- Cranberry juice.
- Lemonade or limeade.
- Collins mix.
- Margarita mix.
- Fresh lemon or lime juice plus simple syrup.
How do you make a Squashie daiquiri?
Preparation: Shake chilled pouch thoroughly then pour 125ml (1 serve) into a blender. Fill a 450ml (approx) glass with ice. Put the ice into the blender and mix. Fill the glass one third with mix then add 2-3 drops of food colouring from the pipette and stir thoroughly.