Long Ireland Ice Tea

I'm so happy with how this turned out. A refreshing long fruity drink which transforms thanks to Mr Black. It contains Irish Whisky and the best tea of all...coffee! Much more respectable than the Long Island Ice Tea, it has just 2.1 standard drinks. For an even lower abv version, use 15ml or 1/2 oz of each ingredient, top with soda, stir a little and lastly top with the bitters. The soda version is sweeter and lighter.

Other bitters work well but Peychauds complemented the drink extremely well. Others I tried, added a different dimension instead.

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 45 ml Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 45 ml Irish Whiskey(Jameson)
 2 tsp Ginger Syrup
 45 ml Yellow Peach Juice (you can squeeze gently by hand)
 45 ml Fresh Orange Jjuice
 2 dashes Peychaud's Bitters
1

Take a highball glass from the freezer, fill with crushed ice.

2

Garnish with one thin slice of each - peach, orange and lime.

3

Place Mr Black, Irish Whiskey, yellow peach juice and orange juice in a shaker. Fill with ice and shake hard for a short time to cool down but not to dilute the mixture too much.

4

Strain the mixture into the highball glass adding some more ice if needed to keep a dome shape.

5

Add two dashes of Peychaud's Bitters to the top and serve.

6

Note - For the ginger syrup, I took sugar syrup and infused it overnight with thinly sliced glacè ginger.

Ingredients

 45 ml Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 45 ml Irish Whiskey(Jameson)
 2 tsp Ginger Syrup
 45 ml Yellow Peach Juice (you can squeeze gently by hand)
 45 ml Fresh Orange Jjuice
 2 dashes Peychaud's Bitters

Directions

1

Take a highball glass from the freezer, fill with crushed ice.

2

Garnish with one thin slice of each - peach, orange and lime.

3

Place Mr Black, Irish Whiskey, yellow peach juice and orange juice in a shaker. Fill with ice and shake hard for a short time to cool down but not to dilute the mixture too much.

4

Strain the mixture into the highball glass adding some more ice if needed to keep a dome shape.

5

Add two dashes of Peychaud's Bitters to the top and serve.

6

Note - For the ginger syrup, I took sugar syrup and infused it overnight with thinly sliced glacè ginger.

Long Ireland Ice Tea

8 Comments

  1. Wow, this is what St Patrick would be drinking in heaven! Amazing combination Mick. You’ve outdone yourself. Cheers!

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