Premixed Drinks

Mixing up your drink is just a few clicks away with premixed drinks. Have you ever found yourself at a bar that doesn't have your favourite beverage? Or if you have guests coming over and want to offer more than one drink option? Premixed drinks are the solution!

What Are Premixed Drinks?

A premixed drink is a cocktail that comes in a can or bottle, and is ready to drink. Most premixed drinks contain alcohol, but there are also some non-alcoholic options available. Premixed drinks are convenient because you don't need to mix them yourself - just open and enjoy!

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a premixed drink. First, check the alcohol content to make sure it's not too strong for you. Second, be aware of the calories in premixed drinks - they can add up quickly if you're not careful. And finally, make sure you shake the can or bottle before you pour, so the ingredients are evenly mixed.

Now that you know a little bit more about premixed drinks, why not try one today? They're perfect for parties, picnics, and lazy days by the pool.

History of Premixed Drinks

Premixed drinks have been around for centuries, and their popularity has only grown in recent years. Though the concept of mixing alcohol with other ingredients is nothing new, premixed drinks have become increasingly popular due to their convenience and wide variety of flavours.

Though they are often associated with parties or nightlife, premixed drinks can actually be traced back to Ancient Greece, where wine was often mixed with water or herbs. This practice continued throughout the Roman Empire and into the Middle Ages. By the 14th century, premixed drinks were common in England, where they were known as "cups."

Today, premixed drinks are more popular than ever before.

Types of Premixed Drinks

There are many types of premixed drinks available on the market today. Here is a list of some of the most popular premixed drinks and their alcohol content.

  • Mimosas: A mixture of orange juice and champagne, typically with a 1:1 ratio. The alcohol content in a mimosa is around 12%.
  • Bloody Marys: A combination of tomato juice, vodka, and spices. The alcohol content in a Bloody Mary ranges from 4-6%.
  • Margaritas: A mix of tequila, lime juice, and triple sec. Margaritas typically have an alcohol content of around 15%.
  • Long Island Iced Teas: A mixture of vodka, rum, tequila, gin, triple sec, and cola. Long Island Iced Teas can have an alcohol content as high as 22%.

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