Calories in Spirits and Liqueurs

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The last decade has seen a staggering rise in the consumption of spirits, especially premium spirits. In the U.S. vodka is the best-selling spirit, followed by a distant second of rum.

Compare the calorie content below.

Alcohol
(38-45% alcohol)
Serving Size
Calories
Amaretto
1.5 fl oz
118 cal
Apricot Brandy
1 fl oz
80 cal
Bacardi
2.5 fl oz
120 cal
Bacardi Razz Rum
1 fl oz
69 cal
Bourbon-80 Proof
1 fl oz
69 cal
Bourbon, 84 proof
1.5 fl oz
69 cal
Brandy, 100 proof
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Brandy-86 Proof
1 fl oz
75 cal
Brandy, 94 proof
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Campari
1.5 fl oz
120 cal
Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
2 fl oz
120 cal
Captain Morgan Parrot Bay
1 fl oz
66 cal
Cinzano Dry Vermouth
1 fl oz
32 cal
Curacao
1.5 fl oz
110 cal
Drambuie
1.5 fl oz
165 cal
Dry Vermouth
6 fl oz
195 cal
Gin, 100 proof
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Gin, 94 proof
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Gin-90 Proof
1 fl oz
110 cal
Godiva White Chocolate Liquor
1.5 fl oz
180 cal
Jagermeister
1 fl oz
113 cal
Kahlua
1.5 fl oz
135 cal
Irish Cream
1.5 fl oz
117 cal
Kirsch
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Pernod
1.5 fl oz
120 cal
Rum, 100 proof
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Rum, 94 proof
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Rum-80 Proof
1 fl oz
97 cal
Rye Whiskey
1.5 fl oz
69 cal
Scotch Whiskey
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Sloe Gin
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Southern Comfort
1.5 fl oz
97 cal
Tequila
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Tequila-80 Proof
1 fl oz
69 cal
Tropico Liqueur, Bacardi
1 fl oz
36 cal
Vodka, 100 proof
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Vodka, 94 proof
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Vodka-80 Proof
1 fl oz
69 cal
Vodka Blue UV
1 fl oz
60 cal
Vodka, Skyy, all flavors
1 fl oz
60 cal
Whiskey, 100 proof
1.5 fl oz
125 cal
Whiskey, 94 proof
1.5 fl oz
115 cal
Whiskey-80 Proof
1 fl oz
69 cal
Whiskey-86 Proof
1 fl oz
105 cal

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