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Food - Drink
Why Ordering A Long Island Iced Tea Is A Red Flag For Bartenders
Long Island Iced Teas contain five different spirits (vodka, white rum, gin, tequila, and triple sec), diluted only by a little cola, honey, and lemon juice. It’s a drink that bars tend to advertise somewhat reluctantly to their clientele, and ordering one or two anyway is actually considered to be a red flag by some bartenders.
Long Island Iced Tea is packed with booze while tasting more like its namesake, iced tea, which can be fun for those who enjoy the effects of alcohol. However, it’s considerably less fun for the bartender, whose job it is to do business with customers, and in some cases, tell them it's time to stop and save them from extreme intoxication.
After a round or two of Long Island Iced Teas, bar-goers can get a little bit rowdy. As one bartender commented to The Straight Dope, "I didn't like making them because they seemed to me to scream, 'give me a drink that will get me drunk as quickly as possible.' That means you may well be a pain in the ass later on."