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Texas Tea I

Texas Tea I

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    3 m
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    3 m
Jan Fietz

Jan Fietz

It's the same thing as a Long Island Ice Tea, except you omit the gin, and double the tequila.

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  1. In a cocktail mixer, combine vodka, rum, tequila, lemon juice and cola. Stir, and pour into glass filled with ice.
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JOSIE
8

JOSIE

6/2/2006

WOOO-WEEE!! Go get em' girl!!! Somebody throw this lady a bone :) Couldn't tolerate this drink either, though it sounded good...I'm not as fiesty as I thought I was.

Jillian
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Jillian

6/10/2010

This version is NOT the same as the famous Long Island iced tea, not by any stretch of the imagination. Not being one to waste booze however, I added a ton more Coke and a lot of crushed ice. If you were to drink this as written, it reminds me of something I'd do on a dare when I was up at Penn State....(then pay for it dearly the next day).

lovestohost
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lovestohost

2/23/2013

This cocktail has the dubious distinction of being both super strong AND super sweet...no enjoyable in my world, even w/the addition of my Coke Zero.

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