"Texas Tea | Crafted Pour"

"Hello friends! Tonight, I have a southern version of a Long Island Iced Tea, the Texas Tea. Texas Tea is almost identical to a LIIT, but it doubles the amount of tequila from ½ oz. to 1 oz. in lieu of gin. Because of this, the tequila notes are slightly more prevalent, but this tastes almost identical. I honestly would prefer the TT to the LIIT because I enjoy tequila. This drink was much more enjoyable than it needed to be, and I was pleasantly surprised. This was a surprisingly tasty tipple! Cheers!", "undefined", "Texas Tea",

"Ingredients"

Texas Tea By , May 8, 2009 Hello friends! Tonight, I have a southern version of a Long Island Iced Tea, the Texas Tea. Texas Tea is almost identical to a LIIT, but it doubles the amount of tequila from ½ oz. to 1 oz. in lieu of gin. Because of this, the tequila notes are slightly more prevalent, but this tastes almost identical. I honestly would prefer the TT to the LIIT because I enjoy tequila. This drink was much more enjoyable than it needed to be, and I was pleasantly surprised. This was a surprisingly tasty tipple! Cheers! Hello friends! Tonight, I have a southern version of a Long Island Iced Tea, the Texas Tea. Texas Tea is almost identical to a LIIT, but it doubles the amount of tequila from ½ oz. to 1 oz. in lieu of gin. Because of this, the tequila notes are slightly more prevalent, but this tastes almost identical. I honestly would prefer the TT to the LIIT because I enjoy tequila. This drink was much more enjoyable than it needed to be, and I was pleasantly surprised. This was a surprisingly tasty tipple! Cheers! Ingredients: - Tequila - Vodka Instructions: 1. Fill mixing glass with ice. 2. Add tequila, vodka, rum, triple sec, and sour mix. 3. Shake. 4. Pour into a Collins glass. 5. Top with Cola. 6. Garnish with a lemon slice. Spirit Forward,Themed,1990s,Easy to Make