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A better, less disgusting version of the drink we love to hate

"Craft cocktails" and "Long Island Iced Teas" don't often appear in the same sentence, but here it is: New Orleans' Twelve Mile Limit has figured out how to make the venerated Long Island Iced Tea into a cocktail.

Anne Berry at Where Ya Eat bravely takes on teh challenge to find a better Long Island Iced Tea and turned to the bar for inspiration; bartender Cole Newton told her he makes a few Long Island Iced Teas a week. To make a truly craft Long Island Iced Tea, Newton uses one-half ounce of each spirit (vodka, gin, rum, triple sec, tequila) mixed with simple syrup and one ounce Coke for the acidity and balance. And that's how a true Long Island Iced Tea is done.


Long Island Iced Tea Ingredients

Long Island Iced Tea Ingredients |There is a confusion about the origin of Long Island Iced Tea. There are two well-known stories related to the origin of Long Island Iced Tea about two people who lived in two eras and in two places.

Oldest story dates to 1920s. According to that story, during the Prohibition period in the United States (1920-1933), a bootlegger named Charles Bishop (Also known as Old Man) has invented this drink. He lived in Long Island, an island in the Holston river at Kingsport in East Tennessee.

But that initial drink only contained Whiskey and Maple syrup and the other liquors were not quite as even as the modern-day drink.

Long Island, Kingsport in East Tennessee

Then the drink was perfected by Ransom Bishop, the son of Charles Bishop. Charles Bishop modified the drink including Maple syrup, Lemon, Lime and varied quantities of five liquors (Rum, Gin, Tequila, Vodka and Whiskey).

Charles Bishop’s drink had a slight difference from the modern drink because the modern drink has Cola and five equal portions of the five liquors.

Robert C. Butt ( Rosebud)

The second story goes back to 1972. According to that story, Robert C. Butt (Also known as Rosebud), a bartender of the Oak Beach Inn, Hampton Bays in Long Island, New York claims the invention of the Long Island Iced Tea.

Oak Beach Inn

He has created this new mixed drink with Triple Sec and a splash of Cola for an entry to a competition and that went down surprisingly smoothly. From there, it gained popularity, becoming one of those classical ‘80s drinks.

In 2018, representatives of the two long islands in the United States had even engaged in a public argument to decide who should take the credit of inventing this fantastic cocktail.

Later, Long Island, New York bartender Butch Yamali wrote an open letter to Kingsport saying “Not since the ‘Battle of Long Island’ in the Revolutionary War has Long Island’s honor been so challenged. We on Long Island celebrate our beaches, our accents, and most of all, our booze.” Yamali concludes by challenging Tennessee to a “Battle for the Tea” to be held in either state.

Jud Teague visit Kingsport Logo

As a response ‘Visit Kingsport’ Organization’s Executive director Jud Teague responded by a public letter saying “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so thanks a bunch! You may claim you’re the best, but we’ll always be the original and there’s no getting around that. So, in the y’ll versus Yous guys’ challenge, we graciously accept. Be sure to bring your mom’n’em.”

Blindfold taste testers testing the Long Islands during the first round of Long Island Iced Tea Challenge

In June 2019, representatives from the two states met for “Battle for the Tea” in Washington after two taste tests conducted on each state’s home turf.

New York City won the first round of Long Island Iced Tea Challenge held in Hudson’s on the Mile, a bar on Long Island, New York.

New York City won the first round of Long Island Iced Tea Challenge.

The second battle was held on home turf in Kingsport and Tennessee took the victory of it.



  • 1 oz Vodka
  • 1 oz Gin
  • 1 oz White Rum
  • 1 oz Tequila
  • 1 oz Triple Sec
  • 2 oz Homemade Sweet & Sour Mix
  • Splash Coke
  • Ice
  • Maraschino Cherry (for garnish)
  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice
  2. Add all of the alcohol items and Sweet & Sour Mix to the shaker
  3. Shake, Shake, Shake
  4. Pour the mixture into a glass and top with a splash of coke
  5. Garnish with a maraschino cherry

I am already thinking about summer BBQs in the backyard and enjoying these with some friends. With how easy it is to make with these drinks, it would be great to make a big batch in a pitcher and then offer some Coke for each person to top off their drink.

There are a few variations of this traditional cocktail that I like to enjoy as well so I will be sharing those over the next few months.

Do you have a favorite cocktail that you always order when you go out to eat? What is it?


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Robert "Rosebud" Butt claims to have invented the Long Island iced tea as an entry in a contest to create a new mixed drink with triple sec in 1972 while he worked at the Oak Beach Inn on Long Island, New York. [3] [4] [5]

A slightly different drink is claimed to have been invented in the 1920s during Prohibition in the United States by an "Old Man Bishop" in a local community named Long Island in Kingsport, Tennessee. [6] [7] The drink was then perfected by Ransom Bishop, Old Man Bishop's son. This drink included whiskey and maple syrup, and varied quantities of the five liquors, rather than the modern one with cola and five equal portions of the five liquors.

The drink has held its own across popular culture mediums through time. This popularity of the Long Island has spawned its own family of highballs. [4] Many drinks remain popular in their own right in numerous locales throughout the United States, while owing their existence to the success of the original Long Island iced tea. An example of a variation to the Long Island is the Grateful Dead (also variously known as the Purple Rain or the Black Superman), which uses the same mix as a Long Island but the Triple Sec is replaced with a shot of Chambord and the cola replaced with lemon-lime soda. [8] The Adios Motherfucker is considered a variation of the Long Island Iced Tea with Blue Curaçao substituting the Triple Sec and lemon-lime soda substituting the cola it has a distinctive blue color similar to a Blue Hawaiian. [9] If cranberry juice is substituted for cola, the result is a Long Beach Iced Tea and has a reddish color. [10] If Midori is substituted in for the Triple Sec and lemon-lime soda replaces the Coca-Cola the result is a Tokyo Iced Tea and has a greenish color.


Mountain Curios: Long Island Tennessee – The Real Home of Long Island Iced Tea

Jamie Cyphers is the granddaughter of the man who came up with the first Long Island Iced Tea recipe, in the 1920s.

Always thought the recipe for Long Island Iced Tea originated on New York’s Long Island? Think again. They have a version of the mixed drink, for sure, but the folks who lived on Long Island, Tennessee, in Kingsport were decades ahead of their Northern counterparts.

Charles Bishop, known as “Old Man Bishop,” came up with the first recipe in the 1920s, right in the midst of prohibition. In the 1940s, his son, Ransom Bishop, put his own spin on the recipe by adding coke and a squeeze of lemon and lime.

Ransom’s granddaughter, Jamie Cyphers, says she grew up hearing her grandfather referred to as a “businessman.” As an adult, she realizes his business was bootlegging and cards. She recalls a steady stream of people coming to her grandparents’ house for Ransom’s moonshine as well as her grandmother’s home brew.

“My mamaw is the one who went to jail for it,” said Cyphers. “She was a little tiny woman and stayed in jail a day or so.”

Cyphers says while her grandfather had a rough appearance and unpleasant attitude, he was quite fond of his grandchildren, and worked hard to keep them away from the surrounding Holston River. He feared they’d drown, or at least that’s what he told them. She now wonders if it was to keep them from finding liquor—he would hide it in the river out of the sight of authorities.

The City of Kingsport is proud to be the site of the original recipe and has recently engaged in a friendly competition with Long Island, New York. They conducted two blind taste tests—one in Long Island and one in Kingsport. Competitors included bartenders at Hudson on the Mile on Long Island and Randy Ashens and Shane Winegar of East Coast Wings and Grill in Kingsport. Each version of the drink won on its home turf.

Now they’re trying to decide where to host the tie-breaking event for the BEST Long Island iced tea, but not the title of “original.” Kingsport has that distinction locked up since the Long Island version wasn’t created until the 1970s. The difference between the two—the New York version includes triple sec and sour mix while the Kingsport version has maple syrup, whiskey, Coke, lemon and lime. Both versions contain tequila, rum, gin and vodka.

  • 4 oz. cola
  • Squeeze ½ Lemon and ½ Lime
  • 1 oz. Whiskey
  • ½ oz. Maple Syrup
  • ½ oz. Tequila
  • ½ oz. Gin
  • ½ oz. Rum
  • 1 oz. Vodka

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Long Island Iced Tea Cocktail Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1/2 oz (15 ml) vodka
  • 1/2 oz (15 ml) gin
  • 1/2 oz (15 ml) white rum
  • 1/2 oz (15 ml) Silver Tequila
  • Sweet&Sour Mix
  • Coke
  • fresh lemon wedge

Method

Step 1

In a highball filled with cubed ice, combine vodka, gin, rum, and tequila. Mix well.

Step 2

Fill with Sweet&Sour Mix. Pour in just a splash of coke to give a color and a little flavor. Garnish with lemon wedge and serve.


The Very Still by JS Moore

Prohibition only drives drunkenness behind doors and into dark places, and does not cure it or even diminish it.
-Mark Twain

Ransom Bishop lived at 1612 Island Drive just beside the Sluice. He was a businessman who didn’t have to work because he collected a substantial income each month from various sources. His still was all the way across Chigger field and positioned on the Sluice. Actually, the still was across the Sluice and Long Island on Mr. Rodefer’s property. Don’t worry – the Bishops had to pay a toll and neither Clay Rodefer nor his own father ever went without. No one would have suspected a burned-out mercantile man like Ransom to be making home brew. But, truth be told, he was the cream of the crop on Long Island. And he was a perfectionist when it came to the taste of his liquor. His still produced a hundred gallons at a time and Bishop sold his product for a wholesale price of around seventy-five cents a half gallon to the Click Brothers. Ransom would run several trout lines out into the Sluice with the containers hooked to the line as well as some fish to keep it legit. Whenever he wanted a quart or twenty he’d bring in whatever was desired and some fish as well for dinner. The street value of a half gallon was more than double that and the Click Brothers couldn’t keep it stocked at Club 81 – their rough and tumble underground dive by the bridge on Hwy 81. Club 81 was on private property and signs were everywhere stating “trespassers will be shot on sight.” This kept the law away and it discouraged outsiders from Highland, Blair’s Gap, and other seedy areas from thinking they could come in unannounced or uninvited.

First and foremost Ransom Bishop was a salesman. It was said among those who had acquaintance with him that he was smooth enough to ball up any religion and sell it back to the church. My Papaw owed him money from a gambling debt and paid him every time the Eastman gave out bonuses. But Ransom had taken advantage of Judd Moore not knowing how to count when he cashed my Papaw’s paychecks at week’s end. He’d pay a carefree Judd with one dollar bills so it would look as if he was giving a lot back. Once Opal had taught Judd how to count, though, he knew he’d been swindled out of a small fortune. The salesman Ransom could not sell any excuse to Judd Moore and the tension between the two thereafter was evident, though it never came to blows between them.

Now Ransom Bishop, it is said many times over, was clever, the sharpest knife in the drawer. And I know writing this might send some rich businessman into a fit but it is the honest truth as I know it to be, and I will share it anyway. Ransom’s father was also a pretty smart feller and also a bootlegger and it is believed his father invented a certain drink, passed the recipe on to his son, and Ransom perfected the cocktail – which now has several variations. Long Island, New York would love to take credit for this one and still does to this day – since 1970 as a matter of fact. But as we all know - common people often times aren’t recognized for their ingenuity. Invented during Prohibition by Old Man Bishop and perfected by Ransom in the 1940’s:

One fresh Lemon half
One fresh Lime half

Squeeze both into a pint glass

Add:
½ oz. Rum
1 oz. Vodka
1 oz. Whiskey
½ oz. Gin
½ oz. Tequila
½ oz. Maple Syrup

Mix Thoroughly Then pour in 4 to 5 oz. Soda Water (Coca-Cola, Pepsi, or RC Cola) without stirring.

Teetotaler drunks have a native Long Island, Tennessean to thank for their alcohol fix. Thank-you Ransom Bishop.

Suggested listening: Night Life by Ray Price

Understanding Apples by JS Moore is about an area of Kingsport, Tennessee known as Long Island - once a sacred and holy ground to the Cherokee but cursed by the Native Americans when they forfeited their land.

"No man would find peace there."

Understanding Apples is a mere window of events - of what life was like thereafter - offering several stories during the Prohibition era.

The book will be available from Outskirts Press after October 13, 2006. It may be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Baker, Ingram, and Taylor, Books In Print, or anywhere books are sold.

Preorders can be made by contacting the author (replace words in parentheses with appropriate symbols):

JSMoore (at) charter (dot) net

Orders made before October 13th will come personalized.

JS Moore was born in Kingsport on January 14, 1974. The younger of two boys, JS was known for his fast talking friendliness, which earned him the nickname "Auctioneer" by his grandfather.

As a child JS took interest in stories, both reading and telling them. At age thirteen he was in a storytelling group that traveled around the area sharing stories with anyone who might listen.

From childhood to adolescence JS developed a great bond with his grandfather, Judd Moore, who told him stories about what his rough-and-tumble life had been like.

And JS always told his Papaw that one day he was going to write a book about him. Tragically, Judd Moore was killed in an accident in 1991. The loss came as a surprise and over a decade passed before JS was ready start telling his Papaw's stories.

But in 2003, JS decided the time was right, and he began compiling the stories he loved so dearly as he was growing up.

It is those stories that he now shares with everyone in Understanding Apples .

Additional Information about Long Island Ice Tea

Long Island Ice Tea - Main page with brief discussion and recipes.

Long Island Ice Tea History - History, recipe & more info about JS Moore's claim.


Long Island Iced Tea recipe

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  2. Long Island Iced Tea Ingredients Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Pour vodka, rum, gin, tequila, triple sec, and sour mix over ice. Cover and shake hard. Pour the mixture, including ice, into a Collins or hurricane glass. Add more ice, if desired, then top off with cola. Garnish with a lemon slice..
  3. The recipe reads more like a frat-house hazing ritual than one of the world's most popular cocktails. And yet, somehow, it works. That's because the Long Island Iced Tea succeeds where so many of today's refined cocktails fall short: It's boozy AF—nearly four ounces of alcohol against less than half that amount in mixers
  4. Directions Fill cocktail shaker with ice. Add all liquors into shaker, followed by Sour Mix, and Splash of Coca Cola Replace lid on cocktail shaker, and shake the mixture vigorously, until frothy. Strain into a glass filled with ice (preferably a Collins Glass, as pictured), and garnish with lemon.
  5. Into a cocktail shaker fill by ¾ with ice. Then pour in the white rum, vodka, grangala, gin and sour mix. Shake well for 15 seconds then strain into a tall glass filled with ice. Top the glass with cola then garnish with a slice of lemon and serve
  6. A Long Island iced tea is a type of alcoholic mixed drink typically made with vodka, tequila, light rum, triple sec, gin, and a splash of cola, which gives the drink the same amber hue as iced tea. A popular version mixes equal parts vodka, tequila, gin, rum, triple sec, with 1 1⁄2 parts sour mix and a splash of cola. Lastly, it is decorated with the lemon and straw, after stirring with bar spoon smoothly. Most variants use equal parts of the main liquors, but include a smaller.

Ingredients 1/2 cup tequila blanco (silver, blanco, or white) 1/2 cup white rum 1/2 cup vodka 1/2 cup gin 1/2 cup triple sec 3/4 cup lemon juice 3/4 cup simple syrup 1 1/2 cups cola soda Halved lemon slices for garnis How to Make a Long Island Iced Tea. This recipe makes one cocktail, so plan to double the ingredients if you're making drinks for two. Ingredients. 1 to 1-1/4 cups ice cubes 1 ounce vodka 1/2 to 1 ounce tequila 1 ounce gin 1 ounce light rum, like Bacardi 1 ounce sour mix 1 ounce Triple Sec 1/2 ounce cola Have you heard about a New England Iced Tea

1 to 1-1/4 cups ice cubes. 1 ounce vodka. 1/2 to 1 ounce tequila. 1 ounce light rum. 1 ounce sour mix. 1 ounce Triple Sec. 1/2 ounce cola. Text Ingredients. View Recipe Some of the most popular variations include: Shake the liquors and sour mix, strain it into a glass with fresh ice, then top it with cola. This approach adds. Skip the sour mix and use 1/2 ounce each of simple syrup and fresh-squeezed lemon juice instead. To make it a bit stronger (without going. Long Island Iced Tea ingredients The Long Island Iced Tea is a highball cocktail made with 5 liquors: vodka, tequila, rum, gin and orange liqueur. When mixed together with cola the drink has a brown color, just like iced tea (and that's where the similarities end)

The REAL Long Island Iced Tea Recipe Allrecipe

Place all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with a handful of ice and shake hard. Strain the cocktail into a highball glass, top up with cola and garnish with a lemon wedge As with most variations on the Long Island, you're going to pour a lot of liquor into the Texas tea. In total, you'll pick up six bottles, which is practically the entire well of the bar going into a single glass. This is why the recipe calls for just 1/2-ounce of each rather than the full 1 1/2 ounce shot used in most cocktail recipes

Long Island iced tea recipe BBC Good Foo

  1. Strain the cold syrup into a pitcher and add the lemon and lime juices. For the long island iced tea: Combine 2 cups of the sour mix, the gin, rum, tequila, triple sec, vodka and lemon, lime and..
  2. utes. Strain the leaves, and set aside to cool completely. Into your glass or cocktail shaker, add the triple sec, white rum, tequila blanco, simple syrup and juice
  3. This is the way I make Long Island Iced Tea. It does taste different from the usual Long Island. The citrus is a nice touch. Since I am frequently asked for the recipe by those that try it. I am posting it for all. As always, use quality liquor. Cheers
  4. Long Island Iced Tea. Written by Josh P. Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. A cocktail reated by Robert Rosebud Butt for a Triple Sec competition in Long Island in 1972. Long Island Iced Tea. A very popular cocktail around the world that packs a punch but is so enjoyable

Famously known as 'A Bad Decision in a Glass,' the Long Island Iced Tea is actually a refreshing cocktail that lends itself well to customization and can be one of the more sophisticated drinks in your cocktail recipe arsenal when done the right way! Origins of the Long Island Iced Tea One popular story runs that Charles Bishop, a moonshiner in Tennessee, invented this drink during. DirectionsPreparation: 5 min › Extra time: 5 min › Ready in: 10 min. In a cocktail mixer full of ice, combine vodka, gin, rum, triple sec and tequila. Add orange juice and cola. Shake vigorously until frothy. Strain into a long glass filled with ice, and garnish with wedge of lemon How to make a Long Island Iced Tea. Everyone's been knocked about by having a couple too many of these bad boys! The strength of the cocktail all depends on the size of the glass you are using but I would recommend the 2.5 shots as listed. Try mixing both lemon and lime juice instead with a splash of sugar syrup

Learn how to make long island ice tea with this easy and quick recipe. Make homemade peach ice tea that doesn't require a bartender. That's right no bar needed for this DIY long island ice tea. This flavored long island ice tea is so refreshing and delicious. Get ready to sip on the BEST peach long island ice tea. ️ Check out these other. Tasting much more like iced tea than the infamous Long Island Iced Tea, this concoction is the ideal blend of smoky and sweet. Born out of the B-Side Lounge in Cambridge (R.I.P.), it's a specialty drink that will elevate your bartending game The Long Island Iced Tea is a classic cooler that peaked in popularity during the 1980s. Because of the name, some date this cocktail back to the Prohibition era, when flavour wasn't so much the crucial element in a drink as its appearance Instructions In a cocktail shaker, combine the lemon juice, simple syrup, orange liqueur, vodka, rum, tequila, gin, and orange juice. Strain the contents into a highball glass filled with ice. Top with lemon lime soda. Garnish with an orange wedge Ingredients for 17.5 ml. Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold 17.5 ml. Smirnoff No. 21® Vodka 17.5 ml. Gordon's® London Dry Gin 17.5 ml. Don Julio® Blanco Tequila 17.5 ml. Orange Liqueur 17.5 ml. Sugar Syrup 17.5 ml. Lemon Juice 17.5 ml. Lime Juice 1 top (s) Cola 1 slice (s) Lemon ➤ 3.0 units of.

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  3. Nothing cools you off on a hot day like a delicious Long Island Ice Tea recipe! Perfect for serving in party-sized pitchers or just enjoying with a friend or two, this Long Island Tea recipe combines triple sec, vodka, rum, gin, sour mix, and your favorite cola for a sweet, smooth and refreshing drink that's sure to please
  4. Long Island iced tea is a straightforward drink, which doesn't require fuss and unnecessary steps you mix the ingredients, pour everything over some ice and there you have it. We hope you make it at the next gathering of your friends, and of they ask you how you made it so good, simply share this recipe with them
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Long Island Iced Tea Recipe Food Network Kitchen Food

  • Ingredients 1.5 cl vodka 1.5 cl white rum 1.5 cl gin 1.5 cl triple sec 1.5 cl tequila 2.5 cl lemon juice (Lemonbar & Sour) 3 cl sugar syrup Cola Preparation Pour all ingredients except cola into juice glass fill up glass with cola and mix gently
  • PEACH LONG ISLAND ICED TEA 1 oz. (30ml) Vodka 1 oz. (30ml) Rum 1 oz. (30ml) Gin 1 oz. (30ml) Tequila 1 oz. (30ml) Peach Schnapps 1 oz. (30ml) Sweet & Sour Mix Splash Cola Garnish: Lemon slice, Peach Slice PREPARATION 1. Fill a glass with ice and pour in vodka, rum, gin, and tequila. 2. Add peach schnapps, sweet & sour, and top with a splash of cola
  • Ingredients 1 cup of double strength black iced tea 1 cup of alcohol free ginger beer 1 teaspoon lemon juice Ice cubes Garnish lemon whee
  • Long Island Iced Tea (Mango Flavored) Healing Tomato's Blog lemon juice, lime juice, lime wedges, sugar, gin, ice cubes, vodka and 5 more Long Island Iced Tea Fruit Pops Tablespoo
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  • A Long Island iced tea is a type of alcoholic mixed drink typically made with vodka, tequila, light rum, triple sec, gin, and a splash of cola, which gives the drink the same amber hue as iced tea. A popular version mixes equal parts vodka, tequila, gin, rum, triple sec, with 1 1 ⁄ 2 parts sour mix and a splash of cola.Lastly, it is decorated with the lemon and straw, after stirring with bar.

Serves: 1 2 tablespoons vodka 2 tablespoons gold tequila 2 tablespoons rum 2 tablespoons gin 2 tablespoons Cointreau or triple sec 150ml sweet and sour mix 4 tablespoons cola 1 lime wedg . From what's in a Long Island Iced Tea to exactly how to mix & how to make the Long Island Iced Tea drink, whether you're a bartender, mixologist, or just having fun at your home, CrystalMixer has just about every drink and variation you need

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Long Island Iced Tea Recipe, Learn how to make Long Island Iced Tea (absolutely delicious recipe of Long Island Iced Tea ingredients and cooking method) An alcoholic drink that is considered to be quite potent since it is a mix of vodka, white rum, gin and tequila.. This Long Island Iced Tea recipe is Excellent and find more Great recipes, tried & tested recipes from NDTV Food Each long island iced tea has about 2 full shots of liquor in it — 1/2 oz vodka, 1/2 oz gin, 1/2 oz rum, and 1/4 oz triple sec to be exact. How to Make a Long Island Iced Tea Vodka, gin, white rum, triple sec, limeade, and cola are combined to make this classic mixed drink

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  1. In the 1960s, recipes for the Long Island Iced Tea appeared in Betty Crocker's New Picture Cookbook (1961) and American Home All-Purpose Cookbook (1966). This was the first time a recipe for the spiked tea appeared in print, though these versions seem to have a few additional ingredients - simple syrup and lemon juice
  2. The infamous Long Island Iced Tea (LIIT) is a drink of two tales. One story traces its origin back to Tennessee's Long Island, which sits in the middle of the Holston River. According to a tourism video posted by Visit Kingsport, the drink was created during Prohibition by Charlie Old Man Bishop
  3. Ahhhh, the Long Island Iced Tea. As long as people have enjoyed vomiting in the bushes outside their neighborhood watering hole, they've enjoyed sucking down Long Island Iced Teas. Just ordering a Long Island sort of defines your night right from the start and makes a declaration to everyone around you: I'm going to go from zero to humiliating just as quickly as I can
  4. The recipe for a Long Island Iced Tea might read like a bartender's dare, but when made correctly, the college classic is a miracle of mixology. Reportedly based on a Prohibition-era cocktail.
  5. Bring the classic super-strong drink (with a twist) to your next party—the recipe for Long Island Iced Tea Jell-O Shots is on Delish.com
  6. Long Island Drink is an easy recipe, this drink is made with 5 spirits and actually tastes like sweet iced tea. If you're wondering what a Long Island Iced Tea actually is, I'll explain. A Long Island Drink is a mixed drink that is usually made with light rum, vodka, gin, triple sec, and a splash of cola

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A delicious recipe for Long Island Ice Tea, with Tanqueray® gin, Smirnoff® vodka, Captain Morgan® Silver spiced rum, Jose Cuervo® Especial gold tequila, triple sec, sweet and sour mix, cola and lemon. Also lists similar drink recipes NEW VIDEO of Long Island Iced Tea: https://youtu.be/Kq9uYfJvtG4Not for the faint hearted! The Long Island Iced Tea drink contains the majority of your spirit.. Long Island Iced Tea is an interesting cocktail made from gin, vodka, tequila and rum. Served in chilled highball glass, this easy beverage can be clubbed with cheese nachos What's in a Long Island Iced Tea, you ask? Long Island Iced Tea ingredients include 5 (!) types of booze, for starters. Here's how to make a Long Island Iced Tea recipe at home

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  • Strawberry Long Island Iced Tea takes the traditional long island iced tea recipe and adds strawberry liqueur to it. This strawberry liqueur cocktail is very refreshing on a warm day
  • Long Island Iced Tea. Print Recipe: Print Share Recipe: Email. Makes 1 combine all ingredients except diet cola with ice. Cover and shake well. Pour into a glass with ice. Add a splash of diet cola and serve. Join the Splenda Recipe Club and get delicious recipes and baking tips delivered straight to your inbox
  • Oh- the Ice tea- LOL. I'm from Long Island and I know this drink well. It was created in the 70's by Rosebud Butt- really. Two's the limit in most bars, and other bars will no longer serve it because it goes down so easily—and soon the drinker follows suit. I'll rate it from when I was younger ( smile

. Absolutely perfect. Most places I go to make it too sweet and not strong enough. #drinks #drinksrecipes #drinkrecipes #drinkinspiration #cocktails #cocktailrecipes #longislandicedtea This great Long Island Iced Tea recipe is made with White Tequila, White Rum, Vodka, Gin, Southern Comfort, Sour Mix, Cola.

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We've even used his Original Spiced Gold in our Long Island Iced Tea recipe to give it some extra spice. This drink is best served ice cold so try making up the sugar and lemon mix beforehand and storing it in your fridge. For a fruitier bounty, swap out the Cola for genuine iced tea. 1.8 unit Découvrez la recette du cocktail : Long island iced tea. Fait de : Dry gin, Rhum, Téquila, Vodka Liqueur d'agrumes. Niveau de difficulté : Pour les curieux. À savourer en bonne compagnie Keto Long Island Ice Tea Recipe In A Nutshell. In a small pan, add sweetener and water and simmer until dissolved. Let cool before using. In a shaker cup, add the vodka, gin, rum and tequila. Pour in the diet cola, lemon juice, simple syrup and orange extract How to Make a Long Island Iced Tea. It is super easy to make this long iced tea recipe. You can make it by the pitcher or by the glass, just gather all of the ingredients with and something to measure. If you don't have a shot glass or jigger you can use a tablespoon. 1 Tbsp =.5 oz You will want 1 part of each of the long island iced tea.

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The Long Island Iced Tea cocktail is legendary and notorious due to its mixture of many different spirits, like Bols Triple Sec, Bols Vodka, White Rum, Tequila and Damrak Gin.However, this cocktail is not as dangerous as it seems, as only very small volumes of each spirit are used in this rather easy recipe

Mar 31, 2015 - Want to know the secret to the easiest Long Island Iced Tea recipe? Check out this post! It is perfect for summer BBQ or enjoying a night at home Slightly fruity beverages are awesome complements to grilled meats such as pork, chicken, or turkey. The fruit flavor works well when matched with beef in barbecue sauce, cold beef en gelée, and even the smoky aroma of meat fresh off the grill.Consider the Long Island Limoncello cocktail (a twist on the classic Long Island Ice Tea) for your next dinner party 3 Variations of the Famed Long Island Iced Tea Recipe to Try Now. A favorite of most, Long Island Iced Tea is seen in almost every party and is enjoyed by all kinds of people. Learn how to make this refreshing cocktail from the following article The Long Island Iced Tea is known for its high concentration of alcohol—it's made with vodka, tequila, gin, rum, and triple sec. Despite its name and appearance, the Long Island Iced Tea neither tastes like nor contains any tea at all—its signature amber hue actually comes from only a tiny splash of cola. Even though the Long Island Iced Tea only contains a small amount of mixer, it has a.

History of Kingsport's Long Island Iced Tea. The story begins in the 1920's in the midst of prohibition. Charles Bishop, aka Old Man Bishop is known for creating the original Long Island Iced Tea recipe while residing on Long Island in Kingsport, Tennessee The Best Long Island Iced Tea No Tequila Recipes on Yummly | Long Island Iced Tea, Apple Long Island Iced Tea, Fall Long Island Iced Tea. Sign Up / Log In My Feed Articles Meal Planner New Pantry-Ready Recipes New Browse Yummly Pro Guided Recipes Smart Thermometer. Saved Recipes Anyone who has had a Long Island iced tea knows that it resembles iced tea in appearance and (to some extent) taste, but that the similarity ends there. A survey of the ingredients will remind you.

2 cups ice cubes. 1 ounce vodka. 1 ounce gin. 1 ounce white rum. 1 ounce white tequila. 1/2 ounce Triple Sec. 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice. 1/2 cup cola, or to tast A Long Island Iced Tea. Woof.This crapshoot of a cocktail comes with so much cultural baggage it can barely stand up straight. It's a favorite at the kinds of bars that don't check IDs too closely

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Our Long Island Iced Tea is fantastic when served at any celebratory occasions such as Christmas or birthdays and it's super quick and easy to make too! What diets is this Long Island Iced Tea suitable for? This Long Island Iced Tea recipe is suitable for dairy free and gluten free diets Instructions Combine all ingredients except cola into a tin Add Ice Shake for 15 seconds Strain over semi crushed ice Top with col Shev knows her stuff, which makes her the ideal person to give you her simple, tasty recipe for this classic cocktail. There's no tea in a Long Island Iced Tea, but there is white rum, tequila, gin and vodka - just a small amount of each. Balanced by some orange liqueur, lemon and a splash of cola, this is a cocktail you have to try Ingredients 2 oz orange juice, freshly squeezed or store bought 1 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice ½ oz freshly squeezed lime juice 1 oz agave nectar ¾ oz gin ¾ oz white rum ¾ oz vodka ¾ oz silver tequila ½ oz Cointreau or Triple Sec ½ cup unsweetened black iced tea

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  • Though iced tea might sound tame, the Long Island Iced Tea is known to have quite a kick since it combines 5 types of alcohol and half the amount of the mixers. The cocktail is also highly adaptable--you can scale down on the alcohol, try different variations of the spirits, or swap Coke with cranberry juice for a lighter summer drink. [1
  • to make a long island iced tea cocktail use rum - white (charcoal-filtered) 1-3 year old light, gin, vodka, tequila blanco, triple sec (e.g. cointreau), sugar syru
  • How to make a Virgin Long Island Iced Tea -- Nonalcoholic Step 1: Combine the Tea, Cider and Juice Pour the tea, apple cider and lemon juice into the cocktail shaker and shake. Step 2: Pour the Drink Pour the contents of the cocktail shaker over ice and into the pint glass. Step 3: Top Off and.

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  • LONG ISLAND ICED TEA TGI Friday's Copycat Recipe 1 ounce white rum 1 ounce vodka 1 ounce gin 1 ounce triple sec Coca-Cola sour mix Add crushed ice to pint glass.Add first 4 ingredients. Shake.Top with cola and sour mix.Serve. NOTES: Other variations to this recipe: MASON-DIXON ICED TEA - Omit the triple sec. Add 1 ounce Southern Comfort before shaking
  • A delicious recipe for Long Island Ice Tea (Low Cal), with vodka, tequila, rum, gin, triple sec, lemon juice, 7-Up® Diet soda and Coca-Cola® Diet Coke. Also lists similar drink recipes
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This classic Long Island tea cocktail has been around since Prohibition. Tangy, sweet, and totally refreshing this recipe will keep you cool all summer. This version uses sweet tea vodka to give it even more flavor - rum, gin, tequila, and triple sec are other ingredients used in this long island iced tea recipe Long Island iced tea isn't for the faint of heart (or liver). Serve this stiff drink in a martini glass to encourage slow sipping. Recipe by Southern Living May 200 Discover the cocktail recipe for: Long island iced tea. Made with: Dry gin, Rum, Tequila, Vodka Citrus liqueur. Difficulty Level : Captivating. Enjoy in good company My Long Island Iced Tea at the Detroit airport's Mediterranean restaurant was absolutely terrible. But it did its job. I lucked out and made my flight by the grace of God, albeit a little. The Long Island is famous for doing one thing, and doing it well--packing a whole bunch of booze in a flavorful, easy-sipping drink. There may be five types of liquor in this pitcher, but it goes down as smooth as sweet tea on a summer's afternoon

The above recipe creates a Long Island that is 50% liquor, so Applebee's isn't too far off. However, when we look closer at the totally secret photo of the recipe that was sent to me by an Applebee's mole, we learn that the old recipe was made with 4 quarts of sour mix instead of five meaning the alcohol content was much higher before they started selling them for a dollar Ingredients ¾ Ounce vodka ¾ Ounce white rum ¾ Ounce gin ¾ Ounce tequila ¾ Ounce triple sec ¾ Ounce simple syrup Coca Cola Lemon round for garnis This recipe just adds vodka to the mix, so it's perfect if you don't already have all of the ingredients on hand and don't want to buy full bottles of everything for a Long Island iced tea

Recipe: Long Island Iced Tea. June 27, 2007. Adapted from Gabrielle Hamilton. Time: 10 minutes. 3/4 ounce tequila. 3/4 ounce vodka. 3/4 ounce gin. 3/4 ounce white rum. 1 1/2 ounces triple sec More About This Recipe. What's in a Long Island Iced Tea? Well, it's definitely not tea, but this classic cocktail IS a pretty potent brew. Vodka, tequila, gin, rum and tequila do the heavy lifting, and a splash of cola at the end adds just enough color to look like regular iced tea Long Island Iced Tea A classic cocktail with a reputation for being delicious, strong and daring. Our Long Island Iced Tea recipe mixes four different spirits with Daily's Sweet & Sour Mix and Triple Sec Syrup

However you only need ½ an ounce of each or 15ml. Bear in mind that Long Island Iced Tea is a long drink meaning it's served in a tall glass filled with ice. It lasts longer and alcohol becomes quite diluted by the time you reach the bottom. This makes this Cherry Long Island Iced Tea an ideal summer sipper Are you looking for how to make the perfect Long Island Iced Tea to enjoy at home? This easy recipe uses vodka, gin, white rum, triple sec and limeade in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously and then pour into two glasses filled with ice. Add dark cola of choice until the drink takes on an iced tea color and then garnish with lemons, cherries, and cute straws Blueberry long island iced tea recipe. Learn how to cook great Blueberry long island iced tea . Crecipe.com deliver fine selection of quality Blueberry long island iced tea recipes equipped with ratings, reviews and mixing tips. Get one of our Blueberry long island iced tea recipe and prepare delicious and healthy treat for your family or friends This keto-friendly long island iced tea is a deliciously refreshing drink that leaves out all of the sugars of the regular recipe. Easy to make and yummy

Learn how to make Long Island Iced Tea. MyRecipes has 70,000+ tested recipes and videos to help you be a better cook This frozen Long Island iced tea is a boozy, umbrella-bedecked blender drink riff on the traditional raid-your-liquor-cabinet classic of five liquors (yes, five!) topped with a splash of cola that packs a doozy of a wallop The Long Island Limoncello Iced Tea adds a bright citrus punch to the already whammy of a cocktail, and it makes for the perfect summer refreshment. If you've always wanted to enjoy a Long Island Iced Tea but haven't been able to find the right combination of added ingredients to soften the strength of the multiple different liquors used, then look no further than these unique recipes A delicious recipe for Long Island Ice Tea using Miles Loose Leaf Tea. Vale Yard, High Street TA24 8PU Porlock, Somerset. Call us: 0800 387948. Menu Search. Tea. Tea By Strength. 1 Light and delicate in flavour. Still, the Long Island Iced Tea need not be a knockout punch. By halving the ingredients, the flavor remains but the kick is softened. Originally an American frat house formulation (served beside the likes of jungle juice ), the Long Island Iced Tea has made its way in and out of bars and lounges across the country, inspiring adherents and detractors along the way Recipe Creek is the best food site and is home to more than 50,000 recipes. We are on a trip to make life delicious. We are at the intersection of Popular Asian Recipes, American Recipes, Italian Recipes, and more. We help our readers celebrate life in the kitchen through home cooking and kitchen intelligence


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This drink is a KILLER! I have finally found a way to enjoy this drink. Use "Top Shelf" liquor, and instead of sweet & sour, use pineapple juice. (Forget the splash of soda. or use a lite colored soda)

Soo much better, taste the difference!

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posted by An Irish Bartender @ 12:40PM, 7/03/06

We aren't talking about one shot or two shot drinks here. This a five shot drink and there are states that actually limit a bartender to as little as 2 per customer per "night out" because of the potential danger of alcohol poisoning and death.

5 in a half hour is without question equals alcohol poisoning. 11? We're talking death. In a bar, even the seediest of bartenders wouldn't serve a single individual that many and one that would needs a new line of work. ASAP.

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Any suggestions as to what type of liquors to use in this list? White or gold tequila? Malibu rum? Skyy vodka? And what are people suggesting I replace with Top Shelf, or is this just an addition?

I love this drink but sometimes I get it and it tastes horrible or it doesn't have hardly any affect on me (low alcohol content). What can I tell the bartender to do to make sure it's a good one?

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Mix 1 Lipton Ice Teasers and then add 1 cup of each: Rum, Vodka, Triple Sec, Gin, Sweet & Sour.

You'll come on vacation and leave on probation with this mix.

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posted by Frances from Houston, Texas @ 11:19PM, 9/12/06

Still my favorite drink! I was always very timid when it came to dancing at the club. A guy introduced me to it. Actually, bought me one. I loved the wavy glass it came in. I've been drinking them since. I've slowed down a lot though. I would have 5 in one night at the club, now I just enjoy 1 or 2 at our local sports bar and I'm good. Still, NOT too many know how to make a GOOD one. I'll try the pineapple juice next time I get me one.

JUST BE CAREFUL, they are a killer!

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posted by Mike @ 05:40PM, 9/21/06

Make it by the pitcher, 3 double shots each of Gin, Triple Sec, Tequila, Vodka, and Light Rum,

12 oz. of orange juice, and 4 can cokes.
Mix the alcohol and chill with ice before adding the coke and Orange Juice.
It keeps for days in the fridge.

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I had one of these for the first time last night. It was amazing. I slammed down two of them.

Sadly the bar I went to was lame and only used a half shot of each alcohol and the rest coke and/or sweet and sour.

I felt decent but not as good as I should have.

Whiskey finished that for me.

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It doesnt take 5 shots.. its a lot less than that for each kind of alcohol, otherwise people would just be falling on their asses after the first one.

But, besides that, its amazing how it doesnt taste like it has all that alcohol in it.. just awesome =D

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The better the spirits, the better the LIIT will be.

I had bombay sapphire, Belvedere, Jose Cuervo, Cointreau, bacardi white and it was out of this world.

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If you want this drink to come out perfectly use this recipe

1/2 oz light rum
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz triple sec
1/2 oz silver tequilla
2 oz sour mix
splash of cola

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Well I didnt know it had that much alcohol in it or that it didnt even have real tea in it until reading these reviews.

I was introduced to Long Island Iced Tea last night on a date. Now I am in love.

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posted by jess @ 10:47PM, 2/16/07

Long island ice teas will knock you into happiness real quick! The first one I ever had was in canada, and wow they put so much alcohol in it!

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posted by bob sagget & nancy the realator @ 08:20PM, 2/25/07

. and it got me a damn DUI
THANKS DRINKSMIXER.COM. I LOVE YOU.

No fuh real though. i dont like the dui part but that drink is slammin on all angles.

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This is one of my favorites. If you use TOP SHELF you will be much better in the morning after a couple of these.

Middle line alcohol will be just OK, and you pay the next day. It is a fun drink for serious drinkers only.

Be careful, they will kick your butt if you drink to many.

posted by ManassasMa @ 02:12AM, 3/19/07

As posted above (I am SO sorry I grieve with you, mep), this drink (while wonderifishly delicious) can be a TRUE KILLER.

I, personally, enjoy the flavors of vodka or gin and tolerate the flavor of rum (in moderation). I also understand the how's and why's Triple Sec is used (almost as a "garni") in many, many alcoholic beverages.

At the same time, my "constitution" has never been able to cope with Tequila (in any amount damn, that stuff is ROCKET FUEL!). Therefore, if and whenever I order or make Long Island Ice Tea (either for myself or for a group of friends), I MAKE IT A POINT to either request my drink without tequila or make my batches without it.

And you know what? It is just as flavorful (if not moreso) and just as enjoyable (if not moreso). But NOT as "toxic".

In my experience, add tequila to this recipe (or any other) and you are falling off your chair (or otherwise embarrassing yourself) after 2 or 3 ELIMINATE the tequila, and you can be "good" for either an afternoon or an evening without either horrific consequences or horrendous repercussions.

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I drink these baby's all the time, and if mixed right, you cant get better!!
I go with Bacardi, Smirnoff, Bombay, Cointreau, and Olmeca (the only tequila i can get really), lime cordial, and a dash of coke for colour. If you mix this right, its just like normal iced tea with a bite!!

I drink 7-8 of these along with a few tequila shots regularly, and apart from a few lost passages of time, have always been fine.
Verdict: Unbeatable!!

posted by tipsy Mcturbo @ 09:40PM, 4/16/07

Tweak #1. Add a splash of premium tequila. Por ejemplo, Patron Anejo. Do not even think of adding cuervo.

Tweak #2. Use equal parts of the other 4 liquors to fill your glass within 1/2 inch of the top. Then splash of Sweet&Sour, splash of Coke. You could fuel your plane with this stuff.

Tweak#3. Teaspoon of real lemon juice, more or less to taste.

I used to drink these "Topshelf long Islands" exclusively-the barkeep would start pouring it as soon as I walked in-one girl would catch my eye, throw the glass to the ceiling, catch it, scoop ice and start the pour before I even got to the bar. Good thing I got a discount, which I just added to the tip. Anyway, great drink. I'm thirsty.

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posted by 805girl @ 03:38PM, 6/01/07

Had my first before a Billy Joel concert as a tribute to Mr. Long Island himself. After a second, I was ready to go alllll night long. I was dancing, singing, and just generally being obnoxious and completely uninhibited all the way through to Piano Man :)

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Man this stuff is the best after a long day at skool. It just helps you kick bakk N enj0y

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I've tried to make my own sweet and sour after finding none in canada but it still did not taste proper. A recent trip the US and i found something called Finest Call, needless to say i brought a case back with me, and some premix LIIT. Perfect.

I cant say anything about there other products but the sweet and sour is top notch.

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posted by miles of corn @ 03:29PM, 6/25/07

posted by Ciccio @ 06:39AM, 6/29/07

posted by sophistication @ 11:52AM, 6/29/07

posted by Tom @ 10:46AM, 7/03/07

posted by rob @ 04:23PM, 7/11/07

Very refreshing and does the job in little time.

The only drawback is that when it is not put together well the taste of alcohol is very much present but when it is, it's quite the trickster.

posted by josh @ 07:23PM, 7/13/07

posted by Thizz In Peace @ 08:02PM, 7/13/07

posted by Hanz @ 01:16AM, 7/14/07

posted by sez @ 08:16AM, 7/18/07

This drink is a KILLER. 1 glass and im going ass over tits lol!

Great drink though lol i use lime instead of sweet & sour.

posted by chica @ 08:47PM, 7/18/07

posted by Tiger @ 03:15PM, 7/20/07

posted by Dino @ 10:02PM, 7/20/07

I and Friends went to a mexican restaurant and when asked what I wanted to drink I asked for a pitcher of Long Island Iced Tea, the waitress was about to leave when I stopped her, and said, "No thats what I want, I don't know what these guys want!" the look on her face was priceless, it was even better when I asked for a second pitcher half way thru the evaning.

You only get one chance at life take what you can, enjoy what you can, cause you may not get the chance tomorrow.

posted by Phanlorask @ 12:38PM, 7/21/07

posted by taz baby @ 10:30AM, 7/25/07

posted by Steve C. @ 09:53PM, 7/27/07

posted by Damien @ 04:53PM, 8/02/07

This is one of the best drinks that I have found if you have it mixed right (get a girl bar tender to do it!!) Do you wanna get the best drink.. ok write this down.
1/2 shots (thats half shots of)
Barcardi 151
Vodka (Smirnoff)
Gin
Teq
Coin
Add fresh LIME!
and to finish off add coke.

To make it a Toyko Iced Tea.
Instead of Teq add Midori
Instead of Coke add Lemonade.

posted by De Soto, Si @ 10:27AM, 8/03/07

posted by so thirsty @ 01:23AM, 8/06/07

posted by Gonzo @ 12:08PM, 8/12/07

posted by me, mice-elf and eye @ 01:06AM, 8/16/07

When properly made it tastes easy and smooth. I tried mixing my own today and experimented with amounts of the liquors. After 3 my shoes were on me upside down and EVERYTHING looked blurry. 4 and I was ready to mow my lawn with a pair of scissors. let's just say I tried a few more tries and woke up with my pants around my ankles hanging from a tree branch. wow. where did all these smurfs come from and why are they worshipping me?

. just kidding, but this drink does put the 'lick' in liquor. sing along with me "yeah I like to drink liquor cuz it gets me drunk quicker, when I fall down on the floor shouldn't have too many more, YEE-HAW!! YEAH.

posted by I forget who I am when I am this drunk @ 01:04PM, 8/16/07

posted by KOAL @ 02:01AM, 8/18/07

I pound these while sitting on the slot machines in Atlantic City (and getting pretty fucked up in the process).

posted by Gonzo @ 05:34PM, 8/20/07

I want everyone to be careful with this, O.K.? If you want a refreshing but strong drink follow all the recipes, but if you just want an easy tasteless buzz this has worked for me.

Use EXACTLY 2oz of the whites except tequila. Top with Sprite and a squeeze of a real lemon. Tastes like water with a slice of lemon and can guzzled but watch out!

posted by DrunkMan, the superhero! @ 08:51AM, 8/24/07

posted by d4m4$74 @ 12:07PM, 9/08/07

and I will fall of my chair

great stuff (too bad they didn't have tequila at that bar and they had to leave that one out)

posted by rioma @ 01:53PM, 9/08/07

posted by scott @ 08:24PM, 9/15/07

posted by lysser321 @ 12:26AM, 9/16/07

posted by Spencer @ 04:17PM, 9/21/07

1) Using 1 part fresh lemon juice and 3/4 part (or more to taste) simple syrup* instead of sweet & sour mix (yuck) is more important than using "top shelf" liquor

2) Since this is more of a "get wasted drink" than a connoisseurs or sipping cocktail, use "mid shelf" liquor (my pick: skyy vodka, bacardi rum, 1800 silver tequila, tanqueray gin). Cointreau would be best for the triple sec, but, again, a bit too expensive for this kind of drink

*Simple syrup: 2 cups water to a boil, ad 2 cups sugar, stir until clear, let cool, refrigerate

posted by John Bacon @ 02:50AM, 9/26/07

posted by T-dog @ 05:04PM, 10/04/07

posted by KPrice @ 03:19PM, 10/06/07

posted by [email protected] @ 08:25PM, 10/10/07

posted by Lahona @ 06:37PM, 10/13/07

posted by Brent @ 12:54AM, 11/01/07

I agree with the majority that you want to go with Top Shelf.

When I was a bartender, these were a favorite. However, once while experimenting, instead of using sweet and sour mix, I put all the ingredients in a blender with two ice cream scoops of fresh lemon sorbet and blended. They became so popular in the summer that people came to our restaurant just to get the famous frozen LI/IT.

posted by Amandaleebee @ 09:24PM, 11/09/07

posted by T-mac @ 08:16AM, 11/14/07

I am from the US and currently living in Sweden for 6 months. Came over here drinking long islands and have been making my friends here try these (since they never have). They wake up hating me the next morning. HAHA. Classic drink and is excellent! Definitely are a wicked drink though!

Question: I can't find sweet and sour mix here and Im not sure I can find pineapple juice. Any suggestions on what to use?

posted by SeattleJoe @ 12:31PM, 11/16/07

posted by ercan nehir @ 02:07AM, 11/18/07

posted by Kirk Lyons @ 12:10AM, 11/22/07

posted by John C Brown Jr @ 03:59PM, 11/23/07

posted by Cathy @ 04:04PM, 11/28/07

posted by glenh @ 08:27AM, 12/23/07

posted by ron @ 05:02PM, 12/23/07

posted by the fugitive @ 04:54AM, 12/29/07

posted by Fay @ 04:12PM, 12/29/07

posted by x0megan0x @ 08:21PM, 12/31/07

posted by bill @ 06:25PM, 1/13/08

posted by Mind @ 12:31AM, 2/01/08

posted by Kate @ 11:35PM, 2/03/08

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