Video Bartending Guide : Long Beach Tea Recipe – Long Island Iced Teas

Posted on 02 December 2010 by admin     

How to Make a Long Beach Tea – Recipe and Ingredients Expert: Cool River Cafe Contact: Bio: Located in Austin, Texas, the “Live Music Capital of the World” and home to world-famous Sixth Street, Cool River Cafe has been one of the city’s premiere dining destinations.

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  1. mrbri9htside Says:

    thats the sweet and sour.

  2. patrickbagdon Says:

    A Long Island and Long Beach Tea are two different drinks. You are right though, a Long Island Tea includes a splash of Coke rather than Cranberry. Also, a Long Island would have had Tequilla and Sweet and Sour Mix with the Vodka, Rum, Trip Sec, and Gin-CHEERS!!

  3. DaNnYaBz13 Says:

    Its called a long island ice tea couse it looks like an ”ice tea” and the cranberry juice is wrong , your supposed to add coke instead then shake it

  4. guywholovesmovies Says:

    that doesn’t necessarily make it incorrect. people can make drinks anyway they want. you can add as little or as much of something in a drink as you want. some people say that you the only wrong way to make a drink is to make one you don’t like.

  5. killmeeyes Says:

    lol these guys didn’t put tequila in the long island either

  6. Sellos23 Says:

    dude you forgot the 7 up!

  7. TVTheMan Says:

    Did he just shake the glass with the top of the shaker??!? Can you do that??

  8. turdf12 Says:


  9. guywholovesmovies Says:

    That’s what makes it a Long Beach tea, instead of an Long Island Iced Tea, along with the substitution of cranberry juice for cola.

  10. bebozeus Says:

    No tequila on it? Puh-lease


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