Half unsweetened iced tea, half lemonade. It's a drink called an "Arnold Palmer" named for the golfer whose love of the concoction made it popular.
But are any other drinks named for athletes? Yes. Many, in fact. And unlike an Arnold Palmer, they're all alcoholic drinks.
Consider trying all 14 this St. Patrick's Day!
Directions: Pour 14 cans of Busch Light into a bucket. Garnish with chicken wings.
Directions: Make a Sex On The Beach. Chase with a vigorous legal defense.
Directions:Add one completely unnecessary shot of vodka to any drink.
Directions: Fill a pint glass with vodka. Set aside for sterilization of circumcisions. Now pour glass of ice water and serve.
Directions: Fill a champagne flute with champagne. Now vacate the champagne and sell the flute to the highest bidder.
Directions: Start making a martini. But quickly throw that out and make a margarita instead.
Directions: Deep-fry a can of Bud.
Directions:Attentively take customer's drink order. Then serve him something different of your choosing based on what you can read on his face and the formation of other drinks on the bar.
Directions:Combine 2 shots Crown Royal, 1 shot Gran Patron Platinum, 1 shot Diva Vodka and 1 gallon of bitters. Serve with Cuban cigar.
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Directions:In a 28 oz. highball glass, mix all the finest top-shelf liquors, then smash the glass right before the customer ever has a chance to taste it. Optional: stir the drink with your penis.
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Directions: [Unavailable. Recipe known only to Stephen A. Smith.]
Directions: Make a Manhattan. Let it sit for a few months, then serve.
Directions: Add a splash of triple sec to an intravenous bag of embalming fluid.
Directions:Mix Grey Goose, Spanish fly, red-headed slut, Bufo toad skin, horny goat weed, absinthe and two crushed Cialis in a toilet. Serve in a extremely polished, painstakingly-crafted golden chalice.