First Line of Low-Carb Martini Mixes Now Available

Caution: Every person with diabetes should talk with his or her healthcare professional about the use of alcohol. In addition to the effects of alcohol on diabetes control, including potentially causing hypoglycemia, there are possible interactions with other medications.

Baja Bob’s

Dec 1, 2004

Baja Bob’s of San Diego, California, has introduced the first line of low-carb martini mixes.

Available in Cranberry Cosmo, Sour Apple, Lemon Drop and Blue Raspberry flavors, Baja Bob’s Bar Mixes have zero to two total carbohydrates and only 10 calories per drink (alcohol not included). A typical martini mix, according to Baja Bob’s, contains 30 to 40 carbs and 100 calories per drink without the alcohol.

All four flavors retail for $4.99 per bottle. For more information, log on to

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