Lynchburg Lemonade cocktail

Lynchburg Lemonade cocktail
The Lynchburg Lemonade cocktail is a refreshing mixed cocktail comprising Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey, triple sec, and sweet and sour mix – all topped up with lemon-lime soda.
The invention of Lynchburg lemonade is believed to be done by a restaurateur named Tony Mason. The restaurant was in Alabama and the creation of the drink dates back to 1980.
Lynchburg Lemonade is a long drink named after the residence of Jack Daniel's whiskey – the town of Lynchburg located in Tennessee.
Total Time: 5 minutes


  • Highball glass


  • 45 ml Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey
  • 45 ml sweet and sour mix (orange-flavored liqueur)
  • 45 ml triple sec
  • 100 ml lemon-lime soda

for garnish

  • 1 lemon slice
  • 1 maraschino cherry


  • Fill the glass with ice cubes fist.
  • Pour all the ingredients and stir.
  • Garnish the drink with a lemon slice and a maraschino cherry.
According to the creator Mason, the recipe for Lynchburg was his trade secret and it was stolen by the sales representative of the distillery. A suit was filed against the Jack Daniel distillery in 1987 and Mason claimed damage charges for embezzling his recipe. Mason won a dollar in damages.

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