These are the soft drinks that you should not mix with your tequila, according to PROFECO

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Before preparing your cocktail, you should know that there are two brands of grapefruit soda that are not approved by PROFECO. At the end of the week, there is nothing better than pampering yourself with a refreshing cocktail, like La Paloma, prepared with tequila and grapefruit soda.  So that your drink delights your palate, and you don’t fail in the attempt, we let you know which is the brand of grapefruit soda that you should not use, according to the Federal Consumer Attorney’s Office (PROFECO).

There are some people who prefer to drink it straight, but there are also those who prefer to drink it with grapefruit soda, which enhances and nuances the flavors of tequila, according to experts.

If you are a fan of this combination, you should know that there are two brands of grapefruit soda that are not approved by PROFECO, so it is not recommended to mix them with tequila.

What is the grapefruit soda that I should not mix with tequila?

According to the Federal Consumer Attorney’s Office, the brands that you should not combine with tequila are Barrilitos.

  A 2-liter container of Barrilitos soft drink contains 86 grams of sugars, and it does not declare on its label that it contains high fructose corn syrup, an ingredient associated with a feeling of lack of satiety when ingesting a drink or food that contains it.

Remember that you can present more hangover symptoms if you combine sugar with alcohol, in addition to the fact that a sweet soda increases the calories of your cocktail.

“Sweetened soft drinks add more calories to the alcoholic drink […] if we also mix it (alcohol) with a sugary drink, it will be an unnecessary bomb without nutrients,” said nutritionist Charles Orrico in an interview with Esquire.

Now you know which are the brands of grapefruit soda that you should avoid mixing with your favorite tequila, according to PROFECO.

 Source: Formula Noticias