Sparkling ICE cocktails are nice

Lemon Lime Ice
1 oz. light rum
1 packet of Splenda
6 basil leaves, lightly muddled
Splash of lime
Combine the above ingredients. Top off with Lemon Lime Sparkling ICE.



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Black Raspberry Ice
1 oz. bourbon
½ oz. dry vermouth
2 bourbon cherries
1 packet of Splenda
Combine the above ingredients. Top off with Black Raspberry Sparkling ICE.



Kiwi Strawberry Ice
1 oz. vodka
2 blackberries
Splash of lemon
Splash of white cranberry juice
Combine the above ingredients. Top off with Strawberry Kiwi Sparkling ICE.



If you can’t find Sparkling ICE, a great alternative is Sam’s Choice sparkling water, which is a Wal-Mart exclusive brand and beverage. Another alternative is Glaceau Vitamin Water. Although it isn’t “sparkling,” it still tastes great, and provides you with a dose of daily vitamins.


Sparkling ICE is available at the following locations:
Wal-Mart — 4302 W. Gandy Boulevard, Tampa
Wal-Mart — 1505 N. Dale Mabry, Tampa
Winn Dixie — 2525 E. Hillsborough Avenue, Tampa
Winn Dixie — 7851 Palm River Road, Tampa

ICE, ice, baby! It’s time to mix up a fruity, low-calorie cocktail starring sparkling flavored water.

The popularity of sparkling flavored water dates back to the early 1990s, when the “it” brand was Clearly Canadian, derived from springs in British Columbia. In recent years, the non-carbonated variety has taken more of the spotlight. But the sparkling style is ideal for cocktails, providing fruity flavor with a bit of oomph.

If you’re hosting a Super Bowl shindig, the following cocktail recipes offer a great alternative to the typical brewskies. Each is less than 100 calories, which is a calorie bargain.

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