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Loving and tweaking the Long Island Iced Tea

15 May 2024

6:00 PM

15 May 2024

6:00 PM

Want to get drunk, fast? To most, that’s the point of the Long Island Iced Tea. It’s not so much a drink as a chemical formula designed to make an enormous percentage of alcohol consumable in a single glass. When I worked at a cocktail bar, a man once ordered two, and I asked if he would like me to hold on the second until his guest arrived.

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