Big Kev's Texas Style Long Island Iced Tea Recipe
This Long Island Iced Tea Recipe is sure to make you party like you are from Texas!
WOW! These are great. But don't try to drink one and make dinner at the same time. They do sneak up on you fast. The second time we made them we added some Lipton peach tea powder and a little water. That was really good too. We didn't have any gin so made them without. Thanks for a fun summer drink!!
Just a note to those that don't get out and drink these in bars....they generally come in a pretty large glass...like a hurricane type glass if you are familiar with that...maybe if you use a frozen drink glass...the liquor will not overwhelm so much...as you get to top off with MORE soda.
Please don't mix this the way I did, It will make you ask complete stranger for sex. No really this was a great mix. Will have to get it right the next time.
Left out the tequila (none in the house) and added a splash of sweet and sour for kicks...delish!!!!!! Buzzing after 1/4 glass, yay!!
This was delicous but SUPER potent. We ended up adding more Coke to dilute it and still got VERY tipsy.
Open the liquor cabinet and follow these simple instructions for an authentic Long Island iced tea. Garnish with a lemon slice and take a sip!
This is the classic Long Island Iced Tea, containing just a hint of citrus. It is best made with top shelf liquors. Watch out, it is very strong, but tastes very good, so you may not realize all the alcohol you're consuming.
This cocktail is considered the sweeter cousin of the Long Island ice tea. Like that drink, the Grateful Dead cocktail packs a considerable punch!