Gene's Long Island Iced Tea Recipe
Vodka, gin, rum, triple sec saved only by cola carbonation - watch out, or you WILL wake up on Long Island, not knowing how you got there!
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.
Very tasty! It is one of those beverages that do not taste like alcohol, so be careful!!
Gene, you missed one important ingredient... Sweet & Sour. It gives it the ice tea tang. Then top with a splash of coke for the color.This is the way my fav restaurant (The Rusty Pelican) serves them and don't forget a squeeze of fresh lemon. My mouth is watering!
Although my kids may love it, I'd recommend keping this one to adults. What I will say is this one is a REAL sleeper! Collect the car keys and lock the doors, people are going to wild with this one! Thanks Gene
This potent combination of five different spirits and liquors is sweetened with simple syrup and cola for a dangerously delicious party potable.
Give the traditional Long Island iced tea a fruity twist with a shot of peach schnapps in the mix.
This Long Island Iced Tea Recipe is sure to make you party like you are from Texas!
An old friend of mine had made this for years and swears by this recipe. I have to admit it's the best Long Island Iced Tea I've ever had.