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

Lynchburg Lemonade
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!

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