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Peachtree Pantry Tea

This cocktail is a play on a whiskey sour, an Arnold Palmer, and a Long Island iced tea all in one; with cinnamon and vanilla notes that highlight Maker’s Mark and citrus and peach to make it approachable for anyone.

Glassware: Rocks glass

  • 2 oz makers mark whiskey
  • 1 oz fresh lemon juice
  • 1 oz coke syrup
  • .25 oz Mathilde Peach liqueur
  • 4 dash angostura bitters

Method: Add all ingredients to small side of Boston shaker, fill will ice. Shake and strain into rocks glass over ice

Coke Syrup

Equal parts coke and sugar. Add coke to saucepan, add sugar and let simmer on low for 5 minutes. 

Garnish: Garnish with a twisted lemon wheel


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