Labor Day is just a week away! How will you be celebrating? Whether it’s a cookout, a day at the beach or just relaxing at home, I’ve got the perfect drink to sip on. This easy Mike’s Hard Lemonade Arnold Palmer is so easy to throw together with just a few ingredients.
This post was sponsored by Mike’s Hard Lemonade. All content and opinions are my own.
Here in the south, we love our sweet tea! Mixing it with lemonade to create an Arnold Palmer makes it even better! This summery drink is so simple to make and the perfect compliment to your Labor Day celebrations.
I decided to try a boozy update to this drink by using Mike’s Hard Lemonade. It was delicious! It’s a really easy drink to make and perfect for Summer parties.
Labor Day is a great way to close out Summer. School has already started for most kids, but the Summer heat is usually still around. Especially here in Florida! Getting a day off this time of year is always a treat for me! It’s a lot of fun to be able to relax and spend time with friends before the end of the season.
To help you plan your Labor Day party, I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite cookout recipes. Pick a few to come up with the perfect menu for your gathering.
And to drink? Grab a party pack of Mike’s Hard Lemonade. You can use any flavor to create these yummy Arnold Palmers, but the original Lemonade flavor is my favorite. Having a variety of flavors is a great way to please everyone.
For the sweet tea, you can buy storebought to save time or make your own!
If you will have kids or other guests who don’t do alcohol at your party, grab a gallon of regular lemonade, too. That way they can make their own classic Arnold Palmer to enjoy.
Need more party inspiration? These tips for Throwing an End of Summer Party are just what you need! Get lots of tips and tricks to make your party a great one.
Now get planning! Be sure to pick up the ingredients for this yummy drink while you are shopping for party supplies and menu ingredients. It’s sure to please all your guests!
What are your Labor Day plans?