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I really want a fruity mixed drink that I can buy at the store (such as daiquiris, martinis, etc.).

Also, a separate minty drink would be awesome.

I discovered alcohol 2 days before I discovered wheat makes me sick, so I'm kinda missing it. I want to try them all, and I CAN'T! :(

Suggestions?

Thanks!

Sarah

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well all distilled liquors are gluten free, as are wines and champagnes. the only thing you can't have in terms of alcohol is beer - and they make gluten free beer! which is pretty good if i do say so myself!

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Just read the ingredient lists carefully. Some bloody Mary mixes contain soy sauce (NO!) Most Margarita and pina colada mixes are OK. Tonic and diet tonic are safe. Just read.

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Alright....I happen to have Bacardi Strawberry Daiquiri in my freezer. The ingredients are High fructose corn syrup, sugar, water, strawberries, lime and lemon pulp, concentrated lime juice, natural flavors, citric acid, potassium citrate, red #40 and Green #3.

I tried to look on their website, but I got no where (couldn't search anything) I have an 800 # I will try that and try to find an answer. The only questionable ingredient is the natural flavors. (right??) :blink:

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Right, and chances are it's fine.

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Alright....I happen to have Bacardi Strawberry Daiquiri in my freezer. The ingredients are High fructose corn syrup, sugar, water, strawberries, lime and lemon pulp, concentrated lime juice, natural flavors, citric acid, potassium citrate, red #40 and Green #3.

I tried to look on their website, but I got no where (couldn't search anything) I have an 800 # I will try that and try to find an answer. The only questionable ingredient is the natural flavors. (right??) :blink:

Ugh. That "natural flavors" thing is annoying! It's a cop-out if you ask me. Manufacturers should be required to list what exactly they are.

Thanks!

Sarah

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