1 oz Lemon Juice
.5 oz Aged Rum
.5 oz Hell’s Half Acre Vodka
.5 oz White Tequila
.5 oz Gin
.5 oz Orange Liqueur
1 oz Simple Syrup
1/2 cup Sweet Tea

Add ice into a tall glass.
Mix lemon juice, rum, HHA 1885 vodka, tequila, gin, orange liqueur, and simple syrup into a metal shaker.
Pour into shaker & give one brisk shake.
Pour back into glass and make sure there is a touch of fizz at the top.
Serve cold.

One word for this drink, UNBELIEVABLE! Modeled after a traditional Long Island Iced Tea, this beverage never disappoints.

Our Texas twist brings out the subtler flavors, combining the sweetness of an orange with southern sweet tea. Our cassava-root-sweetened vodka makes this Texas Tea recipe especially good for enjoying on a hot summer day. We also prefer to use aged rum which gives the beverage a light, smokey flavor from being in charred oak or wooden barrels for a period of time.

This one is the REAL DEAL!! ? It looks like this summer’s going to be a hot one, but there’s NO BETTER WAY to keep cool than with a smooth, adult beverage! There’s nothing like a cold beer on the beach, a nice glass of red wine & Netflix, or a Texas Tea (Texas’ version of a Long Island) at a barbecue.

We kicked it up a notch this year with our summertime Texas Tea recipe. It combines southern hospitality by way of your favorite southern sweet tea, with our subtly sweet Texas vodka!

Don’t forget we have a tasting this weekend on Saturday 5/26 at King’s Liquor in Fort Worth. Come out and see us and we’ll throw in a free pair of sunglasses to say thanks! ? They say everything’s better in Texas – come let us know if you agree!

…And If you’re interested in a more traditional version of the Texas Tea, our Panther City Tea is another fan favorite. Unlike our Texas Tea, the Panther City Tea infuses sweet & sour mix with Coca-Cola. Rather than focusing on the sweetness of this beverage with orange liqueur & southern sweet tea, the Panther City Tea is a little stiffer. Ladies typically prefer the Texas Tea, while cowboys prefer the Panther City Tea. But heck, why not try them both?