Raspberry Lynchburg

A berry twist to a refreshing favorite.

Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. 1/2 fill the shaker with cubed ice

  2. Add all ingredients except the lemonade/lemon-lime soda and shake vigorously for 10 seconds

  3. 3/4 fill a highball glass with cubed ice

  4. Strain the liquid into the glass

  5. Top with lemonade/lemon-lime soda

  6. Drizzle the Chambord around the surface of the drink

  7. Float 3 raspberries on the drink to garnish

About this Drink

The shaking of a cocktail can make or break the finish of a good drink. The most common shakers used in bars are called 'Boston Shakers'. They take some practice to get the hang of, and they’re are definitely not for beginners. Most at-home shakers, called 'Cobbler Shakers', are relatively easy to use and easy to find in stores. Of course, just about any sealable, cylindrical container will work, and then you can save your money for another bottle of Old No. 7.

MADE WITH JACK DANIEL'S Old No. 7