A Long Island Iced Tea is a mixed cocktail originating in the prohibition era and made popular in New York speakeasies. Despite its name, the drink does not contain any tea whatsoever.
- ¼ part vodka
- ¼ part white rum
- ¼ part gin
- ¼ part tequila
- add lemon juice or lime
- you can add either coffee liqueur or most commonly Coke
- you can also add sugar and triple sec (optional)
Alternate Recipe Edit
Long Beach Tea Edit
- Shake all the ingredients except the coke with ice and strain into a highball glass.
- Pour the coke on the top and serve with lemon slice (don't forget it has to look like an iced tea, so don't pour too much Coke).