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    Sparkling Bourbon Lemonade

    45 mins to make • Serves 6


    1 Orange slices 1 large orange, large
    1 Lemon, slices
    1 bunch Mint, fresh sprigs


    1 cup Lemon juice, fresh

    Baking & Spices

    1 cup Sugar


    4 cups Club soda
    1/2 cup Orange juice, fresh


    1 Ice

    Beer, Wine & Liquor

    6 shots Bourbon
    • Homemade Recipes

      Adult Summer Bourbon Lemonade Cocktail with Mint l By Homemade Recipes at

    • Luciano Gil

      Sparkling Bourbon Lemonade Recipe : Bobby Flay : Food Network

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