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Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

A twist on a true classic, this Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer recipe is one of my favorite drinks and is sure to be one of yours too! Made with Grey Goose Essences white peach and rosemary, this drink is refreshing and also reminds me of my Georgia roots. Keep reading for the best way to take your next Arnold Palmer!

What you need:

Iced tea

Lemonade

Grey Goose Essences white peach and rosemary

Fresh peaches to garnish

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer:

Pour iced tea into glass.

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

Add in the lemonade.

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

Pour Grey Goose Essences white peach & rosemary.

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

Stir and enjoy!

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer
Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

Georgia Peach Arnold Palmer

This is a classic Arnold Palmer with a southern twist! Perfect for enjoying on a summer evening.
Course Drinks
Cuisine American

Ingredients
  

  • lemonade
  • iced tea
  • fresh peaches
  • Grey Goose Essences White Peach & Rosemary

Instructions
 

  • Fill a glass with ice
  • fill the glass slightly less than halfway with iced tea
  • top the remaining half with lemonade until it's almost full , leave about one inch of room at the top
  • add 1.5 oz of Grey Goose Essences White Peach and Rosemary
  • stir, and add fresh peaches on top to garnish
Keyword arnold palmer, iced tea, lemonade, sweet tea

If you want to see this drink from start to finish, watch this reel on my Instagram. And let me know in the comments below or on Instagram how you liked this Arnold Palmer recipe. 

Grey Goose Peach Tea

Click here to see me make this cocktail step-by-step !

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Looking for more from Grey Goose Essences? Check out their other flavors here and click here for a frozen strawberry lemonade made with their strawberry and lemongrass vodka. You don’t want to miss out on these drinks this summer!

Can’t get enough peaches? I have the best recipe for peach baked brie on this post.

Thanks for reading!

Xo -Lo

photographs by Repurposed Photography

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