Bourbolicious

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"This great recipe for Bourbon slush is originally from my friend's Kentucky cousins, and was renamed at a recent dinner party. It is especially good made with citrus herbal tea!"
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  1. In a large plastic pitcher combine lemonade concentrate, orange juice concentrate, sugar, bourbon, tea and water. Mix well and freeze overnight.

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Most helpful positive review

Use canned Lipton Brisk or Nestea Cool for the tea in this - makes it faster! Great recipe just in time for Spring and Summer BBQ's.

Most helpful critical review

Was not crazy about this; I only used two cans of concentrate and it was still too thick and syrupy.

Use canned Lipton Brisk or Nestea Cool for the tea in this - makes it faster! Great recipe just in time for Spring and Summer BBQ's.

This was a hit at my Super Bowl party. Loved the slushiness. Was ordered to share the recipe with my friends. Thanks for a yummy drink.

Made this for a cookout and thought it was a great frozen drink! Some of my friend's(who perfer fruity drinks and wine)had turned their noses up when I told them what was in it but they drank AL...

I use to make this recipe but with Brandy. We would fill the glass half full and then add 7-up or sprite the rest of the way. This really made it a refreshing drink in the summer.

Hyvaa! Easy, good tasting and nice citrus combo with the Bourbon. Use Jack Daniels...it's a must.

Was not crazy about this; I only used two cans of concentrate and it was still too thick and syrupy.

I must have done something wrong because the mixture did freeze solid. However, once thawed a bit, the drink was quite flavorable.

I also make this by substituting Apricot Brandy for the bourbon...tastes Great!

I got this same recipe from a great friend-- only her recipe calls for 2 1/2 c bourbon and 7 c water--all else the same. We serve it with 7 up or Sprite as well--- the recipe makes a good size...