We’ve all been there: out with friends, enjoying drinks, and before we know it, we’re a little more drunk than we intended to be. There’s a big difference between being buzzed and being tipsy, but what are the differences? How do you know when you’ve crossed over from one to the other? And most importantly, what should you do about it? Read on for answers to all of these questions and more!
What is Buzzed?
Buzzed is a line of premixed alcoholic beverages produced by Equal parts. The Buzzed line currently consists of five flavors: Original, Mango, Peach, Strawberry, and Watermelon. Buzzed beverages are marketed as an easy way to drink alcohol without the hassle of mixing drinks or dealing with shots. Buzzed drinks are available in most liquor stores and some grocery stores. They are typically sold in single-serving bottles and come in two strengths: Original (8% ABV) and Light (5% ABV). Buzzed drinks are intended to be drank straight from the bottle, although they can also be poured over ice or mixed with other beverages.
What is Tipsy?
Tipsy is a type of alcoholic drink that is made by adding liquor to wine. The word “tipsy” can also refer to the feeling of being drunk or intoxicated. Tipsy drinks are typically sweet and have a high alcohol content. They are often served at parties or other social gatherings. Tipsy drinks can be made with any type of wine, but they are most commonly made with red wine. Tipsy drinks are typically served in small glasses or cups.
Differences between Buzzed and Tipsy
Buzzed and Tipsy are both popular drinks that are enjoyed by many people. However, there are some key differences between the two. Buzzed is made with vodka, while Tipsy is made with rum. Buzzed is also usually served with soda or juice, while Tipsy is often served neat or on the rocks. Buzzed is typically a lighter drink, while Tipsy is usually a bit heavier. Buzzed is also generally less expensive than Tipsy. Finally, Buzzed is usually consumed more quickly than Tipsy. As a result, Buzzed is often considered to be a better choice for those who are looking to get buzzed quickly, while Tipsy is often seen as a better choice for those who want to savor their drink and take their time.
The line between buzzed and tipsy can be blurry, but it is important to understand the differences so that you can make informed decisions about your alcohol consumption. To recap, being buzzed means having a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .02-.05%, while being tipsy puts you at .06%-.09%. Both levels of intoxication affect your ability to think clearly and make good decisions, but tipsy has more serious consequences including an increased risk for accidents and injuries. If you’re planning on drinking, it is important to know your limit and stay within it to ensure a safe night out. Thanks for reading!