Long Island Iced Tea refers to a powerful alcoholic concoction with various recipes usually incorporating vodka, gin, rum, cola and lemon. Not the type of tea for children or for the fainted heart, as a mixture of vodka, gin and rum is too much for those who are not drinking alcohol, but the name sounds so delicious.

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