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Today, how about we dive into the backstory of a drink as iconic as it is refreshing: the Arnold Palmer? Picture this: It's a hot summer day and you need a cool, refreshing drink (maybe with a little kick!). Well, look no further, because our updated version of Arnold Palmer has got your back!

So, who exactly is Arnold Palmer and why does he have a drink named after him? Well, let's go back to the 60s, the era of Mad Men, miniskirts and, of course, my favorite boots: go-go!

Arnold Palmer was no old golfer; he was a pioneer in the world of golf, a true legend of the sport. But even legends need to quench their thirst, especially on the scorching fairways. Legend has it that one day Palmer asked his wife for a mixture of iced tea and lemonade to cool down during a golf tournament. And voila, Arnold Palmer was born! And proof positive that home cooks can actually become legends in their own right!

Before long the drink quickly caught on, spreading across the nation, and people everywhere were ordering Arnold Palmers by the pitcher, whether they were at a posh country club or their local restaurant.

Part of the magic of the Arnold Palmer lies in its simplicity. It's not a fancy, over-the-top cocktail with a dozen ingredients you can't pronounce. No, it's just good old iced tea and lemonade, perfectly balanced to hit the mark on a hot day. And in our case, added with a little Barenjager honey liqueur.

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Honey Liqueur-Arnold-Palmer-Recipe

Barenjager Honey Liqueur Arnold Palmer

Portions: 6

Calories: 47kcal

Author: Gluten free and more

Nutritional values

Barenjager Honey Liqueur Arnold Palmer

Quantity per serving

Calories 47

% Daily Value*

Fat 0.05g0%

Saturated fat 0.01 g0%

Polyunsaturated fats 0.01 g

Monounsaturated fats 0.002 g

Sodium 5mg0%

Potassium 28 mg1%

Carbohydrates 13 g4%

Fiber 0.1 g0%

Sugar 12g13%

Protein 0.1g0%

Vitamin A 1 IU0%

C vitamin 8 mg10%

Soccer 4 mg0%

Iron 0.1 mg1%

*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Disclaimer: All nutritional data on Gluten Free & More is intended as a guide only and may vary depending on product brands used or ingredient substitutions. Some errors may occur, so please confirm recipe ingredients and nutritional suitability for your diet.

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