Lemonade is a taste of summer...and could only be improved with a few extra spirits. My cousin went to Lynchburg College in Virginia and I always think of her when I drink them. However, Lynchburg lemonade draws it's name from Lynchburg, Tennessee the home of Jack Daniel's distillery. It's really more of a whiskey spritzer than a lemonade...but I like it just the same. Note that I make my version with Jack Daniel's "Tennessee Honey." It's honey liqueur blended with Jack Daniel's Whiskey. I use it and skip the need to add syrup or sugar for a sweet to cut the lemon's sourness. They are easy to make in big batches, just wait to add the soda and ice as you pour individual servings.
Cheers! XO Martha
1 part Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey
1 part Triple Sec
1 part fresh lemon juice
3 parts sprite or lemon lime soda
lots of ice
Mix liquors and lemon juice together. If making one drink, shake up in a mixer with ice. Strain into a glass filled with ice, top with soda and stir gently to blend. Enjoy!