1⁄2 oz Vodka, Aylesbury Duck
1⁄2 oz Gin, Fords
1⁄2 oz Tequila, Cabeza
1⁄2 oz Light rum, Caña Brava
3⁄4 oz Lemon juice
3⁄4 oz Simple syrup (1:1)
1 spl Cola, Coca Cola
1 wdg Lemon (as garnish)
Instructions

Shake, strain over rocks in a Collins, splash Coke, garnish.

Notes

So-named as it employs the entire portfolio of the 86 Co.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Giuseppe González, Golden Cadillac, NYC.
Year
2013
Is an
authentic recipe
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Comments

For those who like a well-made Long Island Ice Tea, beware!. For those who have never had a Long Island Ice Tea and are thinking of trying this to see what it's all about, beware! For anyone else who might think about trying this drink, just because...beware! This concoction is not fit for human consumption--unless you're trying to kill off your spouse or ex-spouse. I used all topshelf ingredients--including the lemons.

The basic problem is that the lemon juice overwhems all. In addition, a "true" and well-made Long Island Ice Tea has contrasting flavors, yet they blend nicely. In fact, Mittie Hellmich, in her well-written and informative book, "Ultimate Bar Book: The Comprehensive Guide," wrote about the Long Island Tea, "Some purists claim you should never mix vodka and gin together, but this potent classic defies many taboos, and indeed tastes dangerously like iced tea (pg. 268)." The truth be known, when I feel like living on the edge, I'll drink a London Iced Tea, and maybe two--but never three!