John Daly (drink)
A John Daly is an alcoholic mixed drink consisting of lemonade, iced tea, and vodka. Alternatively, it can be made with lemonade and sweet tea vodka, a vodka infusion. These drinks are based on the non-alcoholic Arnold Palmer consisting of iced tea and lemonade. Both drinks are named after professional golfers; the John Daly name is a tongue-in-cheek nod to Daly's problems with alcohol abuse.
John Daly considers the use of his name without authorization to be trademark infringement. Daly's argument against the use of his name for the drink may be because of the authorized John Daly drink that has come to market in three different flavors: sweet tea/lemonade, peach tea/lemonade, and raspberry tea/lemonade, each of which is 30 proof.
Variations of the John Daly
Another variation of the John Daly adds a splash of orange juice into the drink.
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