This adult version of lemonade is inspired by American football

Bring a summer favorite onto the fall field with the Linebacker Lemonade. Mixed with Tres Agaves Resposado Tequila, Crown Maple Syrup, and lemon juice this drink creates a refreshing twist on classic lemonade.

Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces Tres Agaves Reposado Tequila
  • 2 Ounces Crown Maple Syrup
  • 2 Ounces fresh squeezed lemon juice

Directions

Build all ingredients in a glass over ice and stir until combined.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving73

Folate equivalent (total)3µg1%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg10.7%


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Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

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NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


NFL moms reveal their player sons’ favorite recipes

Want to throw the mother of all Super Bowl parties? Go straight to the source: the women who raised some of the NFL’s toughest players. They fed their sons’ gridiron dreams not just with love, but big helpings of grub.

“My official title is ‘Refrigerator Content Manager,’” says Annie Apple, mother of Giants cornerback Eli Apple. “If you have athletes in the house, you have to have good food and lots of it — especially on Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what we do … It’s all about football, family and food.”

Here’s how Apple and other top NFL moms tackle the Super Bowl spread.


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