The Long Island Iced Tea is one of the oldest and most popular cocktails, originating in the prohibition-era speakeasies as a means to visually disguise the drink as an innocuous non-alcoholic tea beverage.

Many different recipes have evolved for this famous cocktail; this page serves as a portal to many of them.

Despite the plethora of spirits, ingredients, glasses and methods used, the defining characteristic of the drink is a complete lack of tea in any manner or form.

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