The 'John Daly' Cocktail Drink Sounds Far More Delicious Than It Should

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 19, 2012

Now when you sit down and order a 'John Daly' at the bar, it will be official. In fact, if you are in one of three states, you can take 'John Daly' home with you. 

Proving that he is far more awesome than most, John Daly has successfully turned a cocktail named after him into a business venture, proving he is also more resourceful than most as well. 

Golf.com (h/t Yahoo! Sports) reports, "The Original John Daly Cocktail will debut in BevMo liquor stores in Arizona, New Mexico and California."

This means my eventual trip to BevMo now has purpose. 

Many of you party people will be well acquainted with the John Daly cocktail, which is merely an Arnold Palmer with vodka. 

For those who don't know what an Arnold Palmer is, there is little hope for you in this world. It's a perfect and refreshing blend of iced tea and lemonade. Spiking it makes it a John Daly, kind of like life. 

John Daly took to Twitter to tell fans he is frustrated by people drinking all those John Daly drinks for free. Well, paying for them, just not paying the golfer for them.

Tired of my name on menus I don't drink but I want people to have same John Daly drink poor right out of bottle #theonlyjohndalydrink

— John Daly (@PGA_JohnDaly) December 8, 2012

Not only do you get one of three sweet bottles pictured above, you get to choose from three delicious flavors: sweet tea lemonade, peach tea lemonade and raspberry tea lemonade.

My favorite part in all of this has to be the motto on the label that reads, "Grip It and Sip It."

I am sure Daly himself has never sipped anything in all his life. I will go ahead and grip it and subsequently chug it. 

Just so nobody sees me drinking a cocktail from a bottle. 

Hit me up on Twitter for more delicious dandies. 

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