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Calories in an Aperol Spritz (Carbs)

    Calories in an Aperol Spritz (Carbs)

    In this post, we talk about the carbs and calories in an aperol spritz.

    What is Aperol Spritz?

    Aperol Spritz is an Italian cocktail made with:

    • soda water
    • Prosecco
    • Aperol

    This liquor is bright orange and has a light, refreshing, distinctive taste. It’s popular in Italy and other parts of Europe, and often served before a meal as an aperitif.

    What is Aperol Spritz?

    Calories in an Aperol Spritz (Carbs)

    Introduction

    The Aperol spritz has gained popularity as a refreshing cocktail particularly during the summer months. One concern many individuals have when consuming alcoholic beverages is the calorie and carbohydrate content. This blog post will examine the calorie and carb counts in an Aperol spritz.

    Calorie Count

    The number of calories in an Aperol spritz varies depending on the recipe and serving size. On average a standard serving (3.5 ounces of prosecco 2 ounces of Aperol and soda water) contains approximately 140 150 calories. However if additional ingredients like fruit juice or sweeteners are added the calorie count can increase significantly. It is worth noting that a larger cocktail can easily reach 300 400 calories.

    Carbohydrate Content

    The main source of carbohydrates in an Aperol spritz is Aperol itself. Which is a bitter orange liqueur. Each ounce of Aperol contains around 11 grams of carbohydrates. Meaning a standard serving (2 ounces) provides approximately 22 grams of carbs.

    Prosecco and soda water have insignificant carb content. Therefore a typical serving of Aperol spritz encompasses roughly 22 grams of carbs. Conclusion

    Aperol spritz offers a delightful and invigorating cocktail choice for various occasions. While its’ important to be mindful of the calorie and carb count. Moderation is key. Opting for smaller servings and avoiding sweeteners or additional ingredients can help minimize calorie and carb intake. If you follow a low carb or keto diet be aware that Aperol spritz may not align with your dietary goals due to its higher carb content. However. If you’re seeking an enjoyable libation on a sunny day. Aperol spritz can be an excellent choice.

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