A simple cocktail with icon written all over it. Think tea and lemonade, the classic Arnold Palmer, named after the Latrobe, Pennsylvania area icon, only better. The classic non-alcoholic beverage gets an upgrade in this tasty summer cocktail. Drinkers beware! This refreshing cocktail goes down easier than a Pittsburgh pierogi slathered in butter and onions.

Yinz: a second-person plural pronoun describing natives or inhabitants of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Yinzercello: a first-rate drink using iconic Pittsburgh flavors of Turner’s Premium Iced Tea and Bella Bambini Limoncello, a premium spirits brand.

Yinzercello Recipe


2 oz Bella Bambini Limoncello
3 oz Turner’s Premium Iced Tea

  1. Add limoncello to a shaker full of ice and shake until chilled.
  2. Strain over fresh ice in a chilled glass.
  3. Top with 3 ounces of Turner’s iced tea.
  4. Garnish with a lemon.

Recipe and Styling by Anna Calabrese / Photography by Dave Bryce / Story by Star Laliberte

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