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Add a 1/4 cup of peach pucker and use 7up instead of coke and its a Georgia Peach. Yumm
Had 2 at dinner last night was different but very goodHad never tasted one before
Very good recipe .Taste just like the ones we order at the bar. I did leave out the simple syrup because I thought the alcohol and coke would be enough sugar, and it was. I will definitely make this one again!!!
Very good, not too complicated . Sure packs a punch.. Instead of 1/2 cup I used 1 tbsp. 3/4 cup I used 1.5 tbsp. 1 -1/2 cup I used 3 tbsp it was enough for 1 drink.
Mine came out a bit cloudy but it did the job that was expected with all that clear booze in it. Tasted Very Good!
Quick, easy recipe, it perfect!
One of my favorite drinks ,she’ll SNEAK UP ON YA!!!!!!
Right??? It goes down so smooth, and then…
Whike being in the house on lock down, I trying out my favorite different drink recipes. This 1 came out perfect!
We enjoy ordering this cocktail at our local bar…But since Covid-19 restrictions have closed our watering hole we decided to make our own. This recipe was very tasty! Our next batch we might cut back the simple syrup and coke as it was slightly on the sweet side. Cheers!
Hahaha! That’s an intense cocktail! 1/2 a cup of each liquor? Geez!
I guess so, Mike! It does serve 8 to 12. Let’s hear it for diluting with ice!
I’ve pinned the recipe. It’s been a long time that I’ve had a truly good long island. Most restaurants (if not all) cheat and use a sweet and sour mix and all you taste is the mix. Not good at all. My brother used to make really good long islands.
OMG. I have searched for a good alcoholic drink all of my life but to my chagrin have never found one. UNTIL NOW!! My friend introduced me to this drink with a warning which I ignored, unfortunately. After three drinks I called my husband and told him he would have to pick me up because there was no way I could drive home.
Oh my goodness, this was simply delicious. I used the cola version and tomorrow I will make the option with cranberry juice. Fantastic Long Island Ice Tea!
Best Long Island Iced Tea recipe I have found!! Better then a lot of restaurants I have ordered from!
Most restaurants use pre-made mixes. Hence why this is so good!
Good but needed a splash of sweet and sour mix.
This stuff will knock you on your a**. We found that it needed the lemon squeezed from the wedges we garnished with. We had this for book club, and we all needed a ride home. Half way through the evening, we cut it with with some tonic water and more lemon juice but the damage was done. You really need to watch it with this stuff. NO KIDDING. That said….terriffic recipe!!
Awesome, lov it!
Needs more coke. Then awesome
I made it to take to see the movie Get Out in the park because we wanted to simulate what they drank in the movie but with a little more punch! This was perfect!! It went down nice and easy and had just the right amount of punch. I made a little too much but it lasted in the refrigerator for several days.It didn’t taste like alcohol at all, so be careful!
How can it be made ahead where of time? I’ve got a crowd of 60 and I would like to put it in a large glass dispenser?
Hi Annette, mix the liquor and the simple syrup ahead of time. When it’s time for your party, add the ice and cola.
Can you just add cola with Long Island Iced Tea and not the other Alcohol
Hi Christina, “Long Island Iced Tea” is an alcoholic drink. Without the alcohol it’s just coca cola and lemon juice.