Vitamins in Alcohol
The favorite choice for the term "Alcohol" is 1 can of Regular Beer which has no vitamin C. The percent daily values of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron for a variety of types and serving sizes of Alcohol is shown below.
Popular Types of Alcohol
Beer (1 can or bottle serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Regular Beer - 1 - -
Light Beer 1 1 - -
Wine (5 fl oz serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Red Wine 4 1 - -
White Wine 2 1 - -
Table Wine 3 1 - -
Spirits (1 shot or jigger 1.5 fl oz)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Bourbon - - - -
Brandy - - - -
Gin - - - -
Rum - - - -
Tequila - - - -
Vodka - - - -
Whiskey - - - -
Popular Mixed Drinks
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Bourbon and Soda - - - -
Gin and Tonic - - - 2
Rum and Cola 1 1 - 3
Scotch and Soda - - - -
Popular Cocktails
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Bloody Mary 2 1 - 34
Caipirinha 2 2 1 32
Cape Cod 1 - - 67
Daiquiri - - - 2
Grasshopper - 3 - -
High Ball - 1 - -
Kamikaze 1 - - 3
Long Island Iced Tea 1 - - 6
Mai Tai - - - 2
Manhattan - - - -
Margarita - - - 2
Martini - - - -
Mint Julep - - - -
Mojito 1 2 1 9
Seabreeze 1 1 - 104
Screwdriver 1 2 - 111
Tequila Sunrise 3 1 - 56
Other Common Suggestions
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 glass Champagne 2 1 - -
1 glass Liqueur - - - -
1 punch cup Alcoholic Fruit Punch 2 1 - 5
Frozen Daiquiri 1 1 - 5
Sangria 3 2 - 19

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