Lake Lemonade Cocktail

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Looking for a new simple whiskey cocktail? Lake Lemonade is just that, an easy combination of four ingredients that tastes like lemonade with a special little surprise. It’s cool and refreshing making it the perfect weekend drink.

Lake Lemonade Cocktail Recipe:

Apparently, the members of the North Carolina Elks Association know how to drink, because that’s where I found this tasty new hard lemonade recipe.

It features Tennessee sour mash (such as Jack Daniel’s) and Triple Sec.  Now, I’ll be honest. I had to google Tennessee sour mash. It’s a whiskey that uses old mash to start a new batch of mash during the fermentation process.

This simple whiskey cocktail has just a hint of Jack Daniel’s flavor; it actually tastes just like lemonade. I love that it’s only a four ingredient cocktail, and all the ingredients are easy to find and can be used in many other cocktail recipes. No worries about having a half a bottle of some random ingredient sitting around for the next five years.

This is the perfect whiskey cocktail for hot summer evenings, weekends on the boat, birthday parties, girl’s weekends, and just a regular night at home. Make a little or make a lot; it’s up to you.

How to Make Jack Daniel Lemonade:

Instructions:

  1. Pour Tennessee sour mash, Triple Sec, sweet and sour mix, and Sprite in a pitcher.
  2. Fill up with ice.
  3. Mix well.
  4. Garnish with lemons.
  5. Drink, enjoy, repeat.

For the full recipe for Jack Daniel’s Country Cocktail, scroll to the bottom of this post. 

Notes About Lake Lemonade (Jack Daniel’s Cocktail):

  • Jack Daniel’s is just one example of a Tennessee sour mash. If you prefer another type or brand, use it instead.
  • Use Diet Sprite for less calories.
  • Double or triple this recipe to serve more people.
  • Garnish with fresh lemon slices, if desired.

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Lake Lemonade

Looking for a new simple whiskey cocktail? Lake Lemonade is just that, an easy combination of four ingredients that tastes like lemonade with a special little surprise.  It's cool and refreshing making it the perfect weekend drink.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: creek water, jack daniel's cocktail, jack daniels country cocktails, jack daniels lemonade, lake lemonade, simple whiskey cocktails, whiskey cocktails
Servings: 6
Author: Barbara

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup Tennessee Sour Mash (such as Jack Daniel's Whiskey)
  • 3/4 cup Triple Sec
  • 3/4 cup sweet and sour mix
  • 3 cups Sprite
  • 1 lemon, sliced (optional)

Instructions

  • Add Tennessee Sour Mash (Jack Daniels), Triple Sec, sweet and sour mix, and Sprite to a pitcher.
  • Fill with ice. Garnish with lemon slices, if desired.
  • Stir, drink, enjoy, repeat.

Notes

  • Jack Daniel's is just one example of a Tennessee sour mash. If you prefer another type or brand, use it instead.
  • Use Diet Sprite for less calories.
  • Double or triple this recipe to serve more people.
  • Garnish with fresh lemon slices, if desired.
  • For another great weekend cocktail, try our Amaretto Pina Colada

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2 Comments

  1. This sounds really interesting, but not sure what a a sweet and Sour mix is. I asked at a couple of bottle’s, they didn’t know . Is it a sryup pre mix like a Marigetta …

    1. It’s a non-alcoholic mixer like Margarita mixer. you can search it on Amazon to get an idea what you are looking for. We also found it on Walmart’s app.

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