Sparkling Arnold Palmer Tea

SPARKLING Arnold Palmer

Tomorrow is National Ice Tea day so try this 5 minute, 3 ingredient Sparling Arnold Palmer Tea recipe for summer cocktails, Father’s Day, lake parties and beach getaways. All you need is some Sparkling Ice, lemon tea, vodka and lemon, and you have this simple cocktail. Have you ever wondered how this drink got Palmer’s name? According to Palmer, he was in the habit of drinking iced tea with lemonade at home, and in 1960 (at the US. Open), he ordered this at a bar, and a woman overheard him and called it “the Arnold Palmer” drink. The alcohol-based version is traditionally called a John Daly.

Travel Tuesday: Cachaca Samba Cocktail from Halekulani in Waikiki

Halekulani, Waikiki’s legendary beachfront resort hotel, has created several new summer cocktails. This Hawaiian recipe creation for Cachaca Samba is as summery, beautiful, and unique as it gets. Cachaca is a liqour made of fermented sugarcane juice. It is one of the most popular distilled alcohol beverages in Brazil.

Along with Halekulani’s signature Mai Tai, which was invented and still served at the hotel, these summertime concoctions are available at the award-winning Orchids restaurant, by the pool and of course, while enjoying traditional Hawaiian entertainment at Halekulani’s famed outdoor gathering spot House Without a Key, which is immortalized in a 1925 Charlie Chan novel. I want one, don’t you? If you’re headed to Waikiki Hawaii, you must check this out.