Long Island iced tea (continued)

Bob Fitzke fitzke at VOYAGER.NET
Wed Jul 28 19:00:30 UTC 1999

As a retired alcoholic I 'm pleased that Long Island Tea was invented about
'79, the year I retired. Inasmuch as I can still blow a .10 on memory alone,
I hate to think of what kind of numbers a history with that concoction might
have fostered.


abatef wrote:

> Barry
> This is merely hearsay, but in my younger days I was a bartender for a
> while, in western Massachustts, near Univ of Mass.  I recall that about
> 1979 or 1980 the drink was said to be the newest, coolest thing to order.
> It did have the rep for being VERY strong.
> I would expect that cites much before 1980 are rare or nonexistent.
> Frank

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