Don’t Judge Me Mondays: Boozy Palmers

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Have you had an Arnold Palmer- a drink that is half lemonade and half iced tea?  It is cool, slightly sweet and perfectly refreshing on a hot day.  Now that we’re entering the season of sunny weather, I decided to make a cocktail based on that refreshing beverage.

This cocktail is so easy to make and really hits the spot on a warm day!

First fill your glass with ice.  I recommend a glass that holds a pint.  I actually used jars, but whatever works.

Boozy Palmer

Fill the glass partially with your iced tea.  Making your own iced tea for this is ideal, but you can certainly use store-bought.  Just make sure it’s strong and has been sweetened.

Pour in the Limoncello (it’s got a great lemony flavor, so you don’t need to make lemonade) and stir.  Now top off with the tea stir and give it a final stir.

If you’re feeling extra special (and you should, because you’re awesome!), garnish with a lemon wedge and a sprig of mint.  This recipe makes 2 cocktails.


Boozy Palmers



Boozy Palmers
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  • 12 ounces sweetened iced tea
  • 4 ounces Limoncello
  • Lemon wedges and mint sprigs, for garnish


  1. Fill your glass with ice and add 4 ounces iced tea.
  2. Pour 2 ounces of Limoncello in each glass and stir. Top off with the remaining iced tea and give it a final stir.
  3. Garnish with a lemon wedge and a sprig of mint, if you'd like.

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  1. Looks good! Thanks for sharing, I might try it out. :)
  2. I love how easy this looks to make. On a hot summer day, easy is great! I love a lot of your recipes because they are easy to follow and often don't have so many ingredients that they would be time-consuming to make. Keep them coming--I look forward to Fridays and Mondays to see what you put out!!
  3. Definitely plan to try this, thanks for sharing. :)
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