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Long Island iced tea is a popular mixed drink. Get ready to pour because the recipe requires five white distilled spirits (including triple sec), a shot of sour mix, and cola. Despite the fact that it contains no tea, the Long Island is as refreshing as a tall glass of iced tea. The taste is surprisingly similar too, but it can pack a punch, and all that alcohol can quickly sneak up on you.


Among the most famous cocktails, Long Island iced tea is at the top of the list. Since bartenders know the recipe, it's an easy one to order at most bars, and it's simple enough to make at home as long as you have all of the ingredients. Most often, the least-expensive gin, rum, tequila, and vodka from the bar's well are used, making it budget-friendly as well.


A notorious reputation for getting people drunk follows Long Island iced tea. The problem is that it's an easy drinker that's often made too strong. Many bartenders (professional and amateur alike) will overpour the liquors. This not only makes the drink stronger, but it also knocks the taste out of balance. To make a better Long Island iced tea, keep in mind that flavor is more important than potency. In total, this recipe contains 2 1/2 ounces of liquor. While it is on the light end of the Long Island's spectrum, it's still the same as drinking three or four beers.

Long Island iced tea is a popular mixed drink. Get ready to pour because the recipe requires five white distilled spirits (including triple sec), a shot of sour mix, and cola. Despite the fact that it contains no tea, the Long Island is as refreshing as a tall glass of iced tea. The taste is surprisingly similar too, but it can pack a punch, and all that alcohol can quickly sneak up on you.


Among the most famous cocktails, Long Island iced tea is at the top of the list. Since bartenders know the recipe, it's an easy one to order at most bars, and it's simple enough to make at home as long as you have all of the ingredients. Most often, the least-expensive gin, rum, tequila, and vodka from the bar's well are used, making it budget-friendly as well.


A notorious reputation for getting people drunk follows Long Island iced tea. The problem is that it's an easy drinker that's often made too strong. Many bartenders (professional and amateur alike) will overpour the liquors. This not only makes the drink stronger, but it also knocks the taste out of balance. To make a better Long Island iced tea, keep in mind that flavor is more important than potency. In total, this recipe contains 2 1/2 ounces of liquor. While it is on the light end of the Long Island's spectrum, it's still the same as drinking three or four beers.

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