citrus spiked arnold palmer {cocktail recipe}

September 11, 2014

citrus spiked arnold palmer
Sunday brunch is my favorite meal to entertain, no doubt. Dinner stresses me out and lunches can be complicated, but brunches: my jam. The food is easy, people hang and it’s not rushed by the hectic-ness of the week. We love bringing in bagels (we’re hardcore for the whole wheat everything at Brooklyn Water Bagel), add some cream cheese, vegetables, plus a few salads and fruit, a little sweet dessert, and you’re set. Opt for coffee or have fun with an arnold palmer — half tea and half lemonade — spiked it you dare.

I initially made this cocktail with Pinnacle’s regular vodka but the husband and I unanimously agreed that mixing it up instead with Pinnacle’s Citrus was a major home run (tip: we found ours at Total Wine). The citrus change made it more refreshing, and who can argue with a cute straw to complete the cocktail? Cheers to the upcoming weekend!

Citrus Spiked Arnold Palmer // Ingredients and Instructions:
1 part Pinnacle Citrus Vodka
2 parts Sweet Tea (I used Publix’s Diet Sweet Tea)
2 parts Lemonade (I used a fizzy version)

Pour over ice, stir and enjoy.

citrus spiked arnold palmer

citrus spiked arnold palmer

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  • TheDecorina

    Sounds good! I will have to try this. And that Lorina sparkling lemonade is so good, I bet it makes an amazing Arnold Palmer!

  • Lyddiegal

    I love brunch, but I can never decide if I want sweet or savory. I suppose that is the best part of hosting it - you get to have both! This drink sounds quite tasty and so simple to make (my kind of cocktail).

    Chic on the Cheap

  • ashleigh

    Arnold Palmer is my absolute favorite drink, EVAH. I bet I’d really like this. I’ll give it a try.

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