Dixieland Tea Instructions
Dixieland Tea is a refreshing cocktail that combines the flavors of sweet tea, bourbon, and lemon. This classic Southern drink is perfect for a hot summer day or any time you want to enjoy a little taste of the South.
To make a Dixieland Tea cocktail, start by brewing a strong batch of black tea. Let the tea cool completely before proceeding. In a glass, muddle a few fresh mint leaves and a lemon wedge. Add ice to the glass, followed by a shot of bourbon. Pour the cooled black tea over the ice and stir gently to mix all the ingredients. Garnish with a sprig of mint or a lemon slice, and serve.
The combination of the sweet tea, the smoky bourbon, and the bright lemon flavors makes Dixieland Tea a truly delightful cocktail. It strikes the perfect balance between sweet and tart, and the addition of mint adds a refreshing touch.
Whether you're hosting a barbecue, attending a picnic, or simply relaxing on your porch, Dixieland Tea is the perfect drink to sip on. Its classic flavors and refreshing nature make it a crowd-pleaser for any occasion.
So if you're looking for a cocktail that embodies the spirit of the South, give Dixieland Tea a try. You won't be disappointed!
Best served in a Collins Glass.
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