Arnold Palmer Recipe
Lemonade and Tea ( Add a lil kick of limoncello - if you want)
This Arnold palmer recipe has two versions. The basic standard one. It's real simple and non-alcoholic.
And then the grown-up version. It has limoncello which is just an Italian lemon cordial. A cordial is a sweet alchoholic drink. So - using limoncello doesn't give it the tartness - just the lemon-y flavor.
The Limoncello Recipe is simple to make and cheaper than the $30 USD to purchase. Just a thought.
Here's what I do since I have a house ful of kids - I make a pitcher of the basic Arnold Palmer Recipe. I pour the kids glasses first. And I add limoncello to the glasses for those of us that WANT a kick. All it takes for the grown-up version is 1-2 ozs of limoncello per 8 ozs.
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* 2 cups of FRESH BREWED iced tea
* 2 cups of boiling water
* 1 cup of sugar
* 5 lemons squeezed
* Squeeze lemons. And set them aside.
* Put 2 cups of water and the sugar in a sauce pan. Bring it to a boil.
* Take it off the burner - let it cool a bit.
* After the sugar/water mixture has cooled some add the squeezed lemons. And put in a serving pitcher.
* Add the brewed tea to the pitcher.
* That's it! Really!
The grown up version of the Arnold Palmer Recipe
* Add 1-2 ozs of limoncello to each serving glass! It's awesome.
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Is there a special trick to ice tea?
Actually - yeah. I learned this from my former boss who is a North Carolina gal.
Isn't this just lemonade and ice tea?
Basically yeah. Makes ya mad when you pay over $3.00 at a restaurant for one, doesn't it?
Can I use canned or bottled lemonade?
You "can". BUT I hate anything bottled or canned when fresh is sooooo easy peasy.
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