Texas Tea III

Texas Tea III

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"The Texas part of the tea comes from the tequila as opposed to a Long Island iced tea, which uses gin instead of tequila. This is the standard Bartender's recipe for a Texas Tea."
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1 m servings
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  1. In a tall glass filled with ice, combine vodka, rum, tequila and triple sec. Top with equal parts sweet-and-sour and cola. Squeeze juice of lemon wedge and lime wedge over top; stir.


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Great drink! - It tastes pretty much like a long island iced tea (one of my all time favorites)! They go down very easy. Honestly there's so much alcohol in these things things you really can't ...

Good taste but nothing special or out of the ordinary.

Pretty good, though I preferred a bit more cola flavor so I kicked it up a bit. It is silly that the alcohol is listed in fluid ounces yet the cola and sweet-and-sour are listed in cups. BTW ...

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