That fancy booze with the macerated Gardenia flowers and Bergamot oil? The one distilled by drum-circling monks? You really can’t serve it with Canada Dry.
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A recent study published by Northern Kentucky University suggests that mixing alcohol with diet soda results in higher blood alcohol levels than mixing with sugary sodas. Your 18-year-old self might consider this proof that Captain Morgan and Diet Coke make magic together. However, the grown-up who has to be at work tomorrow might disagree.