Long Island Iced Tea Cocktail

    What is a Long Island Iced Tea
    A Long Island Iced Tea is a mixed drink made out of vodka, tequila, light rum, Triple Sec, gin, and a sprinkle of cola, which gives the beverage a golden color like that of chilled tea. The beverage tastes awesome when made appropriately and doesn’t need to be an evening drink. It’s an even, delicious drink, thanks partially to the new lemon juice and straightforward syrup. There are a couple of local adaptations notwithstanding the Long Island form.

    What Glass is a Long Island Iced Tea Served In?
    A Long Island Iced Tea ought to be just be made with a highball or in a collins glass.

    History of the Long Island Iced Tea
    The Long Island Iced Tea is named after its origination, Long Island, New York. Robert “Rosebud” Butt is credited with designing this stunningly well-known club mixed drink during a Triple Sec supported mixed drink rivalry at the oak ocean side in Long Island during the 1970s.

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    What are the best spirits for a Long Island Iced Tea?
    Quality worth Tequilas like Espoln Tequila Blanco and El Jimador Silver are extraordinary choices.
    Bacardi White Rum or Captain Morgan are great decisions. They’re great rums that aren’t excessively costly.
    A decent vodka, like Tito’s Handmade Vodka or New Amsterdam Vodka, is everything necessary for a Long Island Iced Tea.
    Long Island Iced Tea matches well with works of art like Beefeater or Tanqueray, as well as New Amsterdam Gin.
    In spite of the fact that Cointreau is a notable brand of triple Sec, go ahead and utilize one that is more affordable, like DeKuyper. Despite the fact that Grand Marnier is a blend of cognac and triple Sec as opposed to straight significantly increase sec, it’s a decent substitute assuming that is all you have.
    Minor departure from the Long Island Iced Tea
    The Long Island’s prevalence has produced its own group of highballs. Many beverages have now become famous by their own doing in many pieces of the United States, on account of the progress of the first Long Island Iced Tea. Here are a few varieties:

    The Grateful Dead (otherwise called the Purple Rain or the Black Superman) is a minor departure from the Long Island that involves similar fixings as a Long Island yet replaces the Triple Sec with a fix of Chambord and the cola with lemon-lime pop.
    The Adios Motherfucker is a Long Island Iced Tea variety made with Blue Curaçao rather than Triple Sec and lemon-lime soft drink rather than cola. It has a striking blue color that looks like a Blue Hawaiian.
    At the point when cranberry juice is utilized rather than cola, the result is a ruddy-hued Long Beach Iced Tea. At the point when Midori is traded for Triple Sec, and lemon-lime soft drink is filled in for Coca-Cola, the outcome is a greenish Tokyo Iced Tea.

    How to Make a Long Island Iced Tea?

    The following are the fixings and bearings for a Long Island Iced Tea. We want to believe that you love this mixed drink however much we do.

    Long Island Iced Tea



    • 50 ounces Blue Shark Vodka

    • 50 ounces Fords Gin

    • .0 ounces Bacardi Superior Rum

    • 50 ounces Jose Cuervo Especial Gold Tequila

    • 50 ounces Marie Brizard Triple Sec

    • 75 ounces of Lemon Juice

    • 50 ounces Simple Syrup

    • 4 ounces Coca-Cola

    • Lemon wedge for garnish


    • Shake all of the ingredients (except the Coca-Cola and garnish) with ice and strain into an iced tea or collins glass filled three-quarters full with ice.
    • Top with the Coca-Cola and stir.
    • Garnish with the lemon wedge.