A Long Island Iced Tea is my favourite cocktail. It’s made with 5 different alcohols and topped up with cola, so it’s a long drink as it really packs a punch. There are many different variances on the basic Long Island Iced Tea, and this is mine.
Cherry Coke is synonymous with Christmas for me. When I was a child, It was the only time my parents would buy it, and if they were in a particularly good mood, they’d let me have a couple of glace cherries in the bottom of my glass for an extra sweet cherry treat. So my version of the world famous cocktail is unmistakably festive for me, as I’ve used Chambord and Cherry Coke instead of the usual Cointreau regular cola.
It’s really easy to make, doesn’t require a cocktail shaker or any other apparatus, and tastes fantastic. You can also make up a big batch of the alcohol mix to serve at parties, then just top up peoples drinks half and half with the alcoholic mix and Cherry Coke.
Enjoy! Merry Christmas everyone.
This recipe makes two drinks. I use a standard shot glass as measurement.
- 1 part vodka
- 1 part gin
- 1 part tequila silver
- 1 part white rum
- 1 part Chambord
- Half a part of fresh lime juice
- Halt a part of fresh lemon juice
- 6 parts cherry coke
- Glace cherries to garnish
- Mix the vodka, gin, tequila, rum, Chambord, lime juice and lemon juice together.
- Place a few ice cubes in a glass and pore over half of the alcohol mix.
- Top up with the cherry coke and garnish with glace cherries.
- Repeat with the other glass.
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