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Baja Bob has come up with our 1st USDA Organic Triple Citrus Margarita Mixer in the marketplace. While we understand our Sugar Free heritage, we also understand that there are consumers that want a great tasting clean ingredient margarita/drink mix.
This lemon-lime-orange organic cane sugar margarita mix uses only the finest Organic ingredients to make a Real ingredient great tasting beverage. Bob's Organic Cane Sugar mix is preservative free, which means you can enjoy a refreshing Organic drink without worrying about any of the harmful preservatives and because there are only Real ingredients. This mimics the handmade drinks that you make at home or enjoy at your favorite restaurants! As with all other Baja Bob's mixers, “It’s All About the Taste”.
Enjoy Baja Bob's Organic Triple Citrus Margarita Mix with all your favorite liquors:
Tequila – For your favorite margarita
Vodka – For your favorite vodka drink
Rum – For your favorite beach drink
Let Baja Bob break it down for you...
Each bottle makes up to 8 cocktails and has:
81 calories (The average margarita cocktail mix runs over 200 calories).
Baja Bob's ZERO Sugar Organic Triple Citrus Margarita Mix has the following attributes:
Sweetened with Organic Cane Sugar
Made with Organic Fruit Juice
Made with Real Ingredients
Perfect for your next party!
Baja Bob's Organic Triple Citrus Margarita Mix is available in Texas at Total Wine, Specs Liquor, Liquor Depot, Central Market and other Liquor stores.
*The FDA has determined that the ingredient citric acid contains a small amount of calories and carbs whereas previously it was considered zero. All food products that contain citric acid will now have to accurately reflect this nutritional information. Other cocktail mixes that contain citric acid and continue to claim zero calories and zero carbohydrates are inaccurate. We are in the process of changing our packaging to reflect these new guidelines.