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Bye Bye, Pinot Grigio! Ramona Singer Has a New Favorite Cocktail

The Real Housewives of New York City pal has a new favorite drink that keeps her plenty hydrated.  

For a moment there, we thought Ramona Singer was going to abandon her favorite pinot grigio in favor of a sake-vodka  cocktail. But as it turns out, The Real Housewives of New York City pal has an entirely new favorite way to catch a teeny buzz — while staying hydrated, of course. 

When the "Turtle Time" originator appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on July 25, she spilled the tea on the tipple she's reaching for the most these days. 

When Andy appeared backstage to greet Ramona, she shared that she was sipping half a shot of vodka with a ton of club soda and lime from an oversize glass. That way, you see, she can keep adding more club soda and be sure to stay hydrated.

"Hydrating with vodka?" Andy asked. "But what about pinot grigio?" Ramona's answer was simple: "I'm into vodka-sodas now," she said. Andy pointed out that tequila has fewer calories than vodka, but Ramona simply can't go there — especially before appearing on a show. "Tequila gets me so drunk, I don't know what I'm doing ... I get in trouble with tequila," she said. Fair enough!  

And, in case you missed it, Ramona shared her exact vodka-soda recipe with fans on an Instagam post a few days back. Watch and learn, and make sure you have a few limes handy: 

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