What gin has no sugar?

What gin has no sugar?

The company’s flagship brand, Greenall’s, is leading the way, as the only major gin brand to not include any sugar in its flavoured pink gin variant, Greenall’s Wild Berry Pink Gin. Greenall’s Blueberry Gin, which launched last month in the UK, and Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin also contain no sugar.

Is there any sugar in a dry gin?

While most standard dry gins contain no sugar, many flavoured gins contain more that you would expect.

Is it good to drink gin with alcohol?

If you already consume alcohol, gin may be a slightly healthier option. Be careful with mixers, however. They can make the sugar content of your drink skyrocket.

Why are there so many calories in Gin?

Aside from its diverse flavor profile, one good reason why you should drink gin is its low calorie count. Gin and tonic calories might be fewer than in other alcoholic beverages, but they still have little to no nutritional value. As a matter of fact, calories in alcohol have no significant contribution to your diet.

How much sugar is in a serving of slimline gin?

It gets worse if you add standard tonic, rather than slimline. A 250ml serving of tonic contains up to 12g of sugar, meaning two single flavoured Gs would be almost all your recommend daily amount of 30g of sugar.

Does gin have carbohydrates?

Gin has zero carbs. So, a regular Gin Tonic , with 3 ounces of tonic, is about 130 calories and 7.5 grams of carbs, all in the form of added sugar (as much carbs as half a slice of bread).

Is Gin healthy for You?

It can keep the liver healthy. Among all health benefits of gin, this one can not be missed. Being a diuretic, if taken in moderation and in right quantities, gin can help keep the liver healthy by preventing bloating and reducing water retention. But if a person has been diagnosed with liver problems due to alcohol, then gin should be avoided.

What does Gin do to you?

In fact, as early as the Middle Ages, gin was used as a form of herbal medicine. Gin is made from juniper berries, little dark purple nuggets with superfood powers. These berries can help fight infection and prevent heart disease, improve blood circulation and even help fight kidney and liver disease .