LONG ISLAND ICED TEA
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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 its namesake. 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 amount of triple sec or other orange-flavored liqueur. Most variants do not include any tea. The drink has a much higher alcohol concentration approximately 22 percent than most highball drinks due to the relatively small amount of mixer. A slightly different drink is claimed to have been invented in the s during Prohibition in the United States by an "Old Man Bishop" in a local community named Long Island in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Fill a highball glass with ice cubes. Garnish with a lemon wedge. Add flavored vodka such as Smirnoff pomegranate or passion fruit for a more unique flavor. Shake and strain into a cool cocktail glass. Stir and garnish with a lemon wedge. Pour into the glass and stir.
Japanese Iced Tea
The second instalment of my Japanese cocktail trilogy again features Japanese whisky. However, this time it is a Blended Malt combined with Japanese plum liqueur and green tea.
Japanese Ice Tea
Post photos of lip-smacking food or share your recipes. Make your belly lighter! The Long Island iced tea is a cocktail that tastes and looks like regular iced tea, yet it comes with all the boozy goodness you need after a rough day. It is made with rum, tequila, vodka, triple sec, sweet-sour mix a syrup containing lime or lemon or both , and coke. Tokyo iced tea is a slightly sweeter version of the Long Island iced tea, which contains lemon soda instead of coke and the Japanese liqueur, Midori.
We are big fans of iced tea, and couldn't wait to share this vignette with you, including some of our favorite recipes. When the weather gets hot, grab your favorite sencha, gyokuro, or bancha and make a few batches of your favorites! T hink iced tea is a pedestrian way to move through lower-quality teas? Not so! Just as high-quality, hot tea elicits an infinite world of flavor experiences, the same care and attention to your cold cup of tea will surprise your palate. Take Japanese teas for example. However, Japan has a rich history of iced tea, and not just the crisp bottles out of the vending machines which, by global vending-machine standards, can be excellent.
Japanese Ice Tea Cocktail Tutorial - Drink Corner