Smirnoff Ice Just Launched A Zero Sugar Version, So A Six-Pack Is Bound To Go Down Fast

Caitlyn Fitzpatrick
Photo credit: Smirnoff
Photo credit: Smirnoff

From Delish

Sure, maybe it seems like a first-time-getting-drunk drink, but you can’t deny that Smirnoff Ice is refreshing. Smirnoff just released a Zero Sugar version of the bottled beverage, so beware — these babies will go down easier than before.

A regular Smirnoff Ice has a lemon lime flavor, which is probably why we tend to reach for a six-pack during the summer. The new Zero Sugar version has the same sweet citrus flavor, but now with none of that sugar. Each 11.2-ounce bottle has less than 100 calories and 4.5% ABV, compared to the 228 calories and 4.5% ABV of the Original. So you still get the same amount of booze, but with more than half the sugar!

The Smirnoff Ice Zero Sugar is available nationwide where Smirnoff sold, as well as online on sites like Drizly. The ready-to-drink malt beverage comes in a six-pack for $8.99. It joins the Original and 15 other Smirnoff Ice flavors. Who knows? Maybe the brand will cut the sugar in its other varieties, too.

This means that now the next time you get “Iced,” aka when you find a Smirnoff Ice bottle planted by one of your friends and have to take a knee while chugging it, it won’t be as sweet and probably go down smoother.

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