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On Sept. 25, Arnold Palmer passed away at 87 years old, leaving behind a huge legacy, not only in the golf world, but for the perfect mix of iced tea and lemonade he popularized so deliciously. Back in 2012, the famous golfer appeared on ESPN's 30 For 30, where he explained how he and his wife Winnie came up with the concept for the drink.
The golf great Arnold Palmer passed away on Sunday at the age of 87, and even if you aren’t familiar with his illustrious exploits on the greens, maybe you have heard of his contribution to the summertime beverage hall of fame.
Palmer’s legacy will always be invoked on hot days when an iced tea or a lemonade both sound awfully good.
Everyone knows Arnold Palmer as being a spectacular golfer and the inventor of a drink that is a mix of lemonade and iced tea. (I personally thank him for the
Leave it to Arnold Palmer to be self-deprecating about the drink that carries his name. He may not have been the first person to combine iced tea and lemonade, but without Arnold Palmer, how would people have ordered it? Now, on the...