Lemonade, freshly squeezed or not, is a standard option for thirsty folks who don’t want alcohol or caffeine. It’s also essential for making what Memphis’ Four Way Grill calls a VIP: a half-and-half concoction of lemonade and sweet tea. In the rest of the country, a similar combination of three parts unsweetened tea to one part sweet lemonade is known as an Arnold Palmer. In Georgia, the Peach State, a supercharged version of the Arnold Palmer is called “Augusta lemonade,” a mix of lemonade and peach tea vodka. Some purveyors of Italian ice in Chicago offer their super-refresher in blueberry-lemon flavor, which reminded Roadfood correspondents Maggie Rosenberg & Trevor Hagstrom of “the blueberry lemonade of New England summers.”

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