Sponsored3 Reasons You Should Be Drinking Something DifferentStudio@Gawker5/13/11 12:00pmFiled to: Tennessee HoneyAdvertisementJezebelHeadlineEditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink 1. You're not a Samantha or a Carrie. You're you. Therefore you're not terribly interested as to whether your drink matches your mani/pedi. Advertisement 2. It's almost summertime, and the living is soon to be easy. That means it's the season of barbecues, rooftops, concerts and block parties and there is no better way to meet new people than to be the lady with the alluring new beverage.3.There is nothing quite like dropping a nickel in the jukebox, setting your elbows up on the bar and listening to Wanda and Patsy and Dolly croon as the bartender pours a round. It won't have quite the same effect if you try it with a pina colada. Advertisement Now that's cleared up, perhaps you should consider replacing your typical boring, old well drink with a nice cool swig of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey—a brand new, honey-mixed version of old number 7. Drink it chilled as you hum old country songs to yourself, or follow one of the recipes below for an evening of sitting on the porch/stoop/fire escape with your friends.Jack's Tennessee Honey Tea Ingredients: 1 oz. Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey 1/2 oz. cinnamon schnapps 1/2 oz. triple sec 3 oz. unsweetened teaCombine ingredients in a tall glass over ice, garnish with a lemon twist. Jack's Honey Lemonade Ingredients: 1 oz. Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey 3/4 oz. Tuaca 1 oz. sour mix 4 oz. lemon-lime soda Advertisement Sponsored Combine ingredients in a tall glass over ice, garnish with a cherry, and enjoy responsibly! And make sure you head here for more info on Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey.Fly straight. Drink responsibly.JACK DANIEL'S and TENNESSEE HONEY are trademarks owned by Jack Daniel's Properties, Inc. ©2011. JACK DANIEL'S. WHISKEY SPECIALTY, 35% ALC./VOL. (70 PROOF). PRODUCED AND BOTTLED BY JACK DANIEL DISTILLERY, LYNCHBURG, TENN. (POP. 361), TENNESSEE, U.S.A.