- In a large plastic pitcher combine lemonade concentrate, orange juice concentrate, sugar, bourbon, tea and water. Mix well and freeze overnight.
Original recipe makes 14 servings
History of the Bourbon
Kentucky bourbon background and tradition are as long and tough as the country itself. It takes its brand name from Bourbon County, Ky., at the time the leading delivery site for spirits headed down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans. Barrels delivered from its shipping ports were stamped with the county's name and bourbon and whiskey soon grew to become synonymous. Practically 200 years later, bourbon is "America's Recognized Native Spirit," as declared by US Congress, a prominent export and a rising symbol of Kentucky workmanship and culture. At least 95 percent of the world's bourbon is distilled and aged in Kentucky.