Many claim to be the creators of this young-at-heart staple (all with slightly differing ingredient lists), but this version is the real deal. And while the name of this classic cocktail is misleading, very few actually liken the taste to a real iced tea. One thing we know for sure is that this cocktail has certainly made a name for itself outside of Long Island.
Add all ingredients except cola to ice-filled shaker; shake for 5-10 seconds
Pour contents, including ice, into pint glass
Top with splash of cola and gently stir
Garnish with a cherry and citrus wedge.
Named for the golfer and his penchant for a good drink, this cocktail is essentially an alcoholic version of an Arnold Palmer, which means it's delicious. If you want to go off-script, substitute the vodka for bourbon.
Tasting much more like iced tea than the infamous Long Island Iced Tea, this concoction is the ideal blend of smoky and sweet. Born out of the B-Side Lounge in Cambridge (R.I.P.), it's a specialty drink that will elevate your bartending game.