Raspberry Mint Iced Tea Hic-Up!

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Not your herbal tea! A blend of the herbal tea and a Long Island Tea. This one will give you a buzz!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Shake first 6 ingredients with ice.
  2. Pour into a tall glass filled with ice leaving room for a splash of cola and garnish with berries and mint.
Most Helpful

This definitely was a more dangerous drink than it tasted. I didn't have raspberry vodka so I added raspberry juice. No mint don't care for it. I have never had a long island iced tea but was surprised there was no tea in this drink. Made for Summer Comfort Cafe.

Lavender Lynn July 11, 2009

This got mixed reveiws in our household. I thought it was pretty good, DD didn't like it at all and DH thought it was just OK. I adapted ingredients to try this without spending a fortune on specialty spirits. I added fresh lime, raspberries, and mint and muddle them together before adding regular spirits. After trying it, I added a little raspberry syrup and more lemon juice. Overall it had a nice balance of flavor butI didn't care for the aftertaste of the mint, even though it was fairly light - I'm just not that fond of mint in drinks. I know the cola is for color, but it also seemed out of place, if trying this again I would skip it and use plain seltzer. Be warned this doesn't taste nearly as strong as it is : ) Thanks Rita for sharing an interesting recipe. Made for the Comfort Cafe July 09

momaphet July 07, 2009