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My hubby and I are going to have dinner with another couple tomarrow night. We always have a lot of fun playing cards or games for hours! During this time we also have some drinks and snacks. Of course, the dinner all the snacks will be gluten free, but what about liquor??

I have already tried the Red Bridge beer which is good, but I am not much of a beer drinker. I enjoy my mixed drinks. This will be the first time since going gluten-free that I will be wanting to have a few drinks! Anyone know know about Peach Schnapps, Bailey's Irish Cream or Khalua (sp). :rolleyes: I would really like to have a drink with my friends.

Thanks Jodi

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Peach Schnapps, which I love, is gluten free. I am not sure about the others. Peachtree is my favorite drink of all time, enjoy one for me--ok. I can't have any liquor anymore, for some reason it all makes me very ill.


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Peach Schnapps, which I love, is gluten free. I am not sure about the others. Peachtree is my favorite drink of all time, enjoy one for me--ok. I can't have any liquor anymore, for some reason it all makes me very ill.

darlindeb25

Thanks for the reply! I'm so glad that Peachtree is gluten free! I will enjoy one for you, maybe 2 or 3! :rolleyes: If anyone else knows about the others, I would like to hear from you!!

Jodi

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My hubby and I are going to have dinner with another couple tomarrow night. We always have a lot of fun playing cards or games for hours! During this time we also have some drinks and snacks. Of course, the dinner all the snacks will be gluten free, but what about liquor??

I have already tried the Red Bridge beer which is good, but I am not much of a beer drinker. I enjoy my mixed drinks. This will be the first time since going gluten-free that I will be wanting to have a few drinks! Anyone know know about Peach Schnapps, Bailey's Irish Cream or Khalua (sp). :rolleyes: I would really like to have a drink with my friends.

Thanks Jodi

Bailey


Diagnosed as an infant failing to thrive 40 years ago. Followed diet for 17 years more or less then quit. 20 odd years later after constant illnesses and reading this forum gone back to gluten-free with my tail between my legs.

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I did a google to confirm - Bailey's is made from Irish Whiskey, which is made from barley. So, depending on whether you believe the distilling gets rid of the gluten...

I also did a google and found "Does Kahlua contain gluten?", which had a statement:

The makers of Kahlua, Allied Domecq (ultimately Pernod Ricard),

provide the following limited information on the ingredients, but it

does match the above:


Gluten free since July 97

corn free since Jan 98

Never diagnosed by a Doctor

Symptoms cleared on gluten-free diet

Mom and one sister are also gluten-free

One sister with type I diabetes (diagnosed at age 10)

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