Mrs. Baxton's Long Island Iced Tea

Mrs. Baxton's Long Island Iced Tea

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"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."
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10 m servings
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  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice; pour in vodka, tequila, rum, gin, Cointreau, and sweet and sour mix. Cover and shake until the outside of the shaker is frosty. Place a few cubes of ice into a highball glass, and strain in the iced tea. Top with the cola, and garnish with a wedge of lime.

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Most helpful positive review

Best one we've ever had! Made my own sweet and sour because didn't have the mix on hand: 2 T lemon juice, 2 T lime juice, 1 c water and 1/3 c sugar...

Most helpful critical review

I found the sweet and sour to be overpowering.

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Best one we've ever had! Made my own sweet and sour because didn't have the mix on hand: 2 T lemon juice, 2 T lime juice, 1 c water and 1/3 c sugar...

TGIF! The only thing I do different is garnish with a lemon instead of a lime. This is my all time favorite drink especially after a long week or if I have to endure family - raise your glass i...

This is the correct way to make a LIIT! At my bar we halve this recipe (half ounce of each liquor and cut the mixers way down) and serve it in a catalina glass. Just a splash of coke on top of t...

An excellent recipe exactly as is. Obviously the better the spirits the better the drink, but don't use Tanguray gin...

Excellent recipe for a favourite drink of mine, first time I ever made it myself. I wanted to make a whole pitcher's worth, so I increased everything. I couldn't find the sour mix, so I followed...

This was very good. I followed the top review and cut back on the mixers. 1 part each of the alcohols and coke, to 2.5 parts sweet and sour. I watered mine down because I'm a lightweight, but my...

Summertime and this drink just go together. MMM An alternate version, the Long Beach, use silver tequila instead of gold and sub cranberry juice for the cola.

Ohhhh ohhhh. So Smooth. Definitely make sure you're not driving after drinking this Long Island Iced Tea. Please ask Mrs. Baxton to invite me to her next party.

This is the best Long Island recipe that I've ever had! Make your own sweet and sour with equal parts sugar, water, and lemon. We mix up a big batch ahead of time when we are going to have gue...

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