Long Island Ice Tea

How To : Mix a Long Island Ice Tea cocktail

What better way to learn how to mix a drink than from a hot girl! This bartending how-to video teaches a cocktail recipe for a Long Island Iced Tea. You will need vodka, tequila, rum, gin, triple sec, and citrus juice or sweet and sour mix. Follow along with this video mixolog ...more

How To : Make a long island ice tea

Time to hit the beach with a Long Island Iced Tea. A classic, high-octane cocktail, the Long Island Iced-Tea is a mix of several white liquors topped off with sour mix and a little cola for color. This lovely bartender will walk you through the process of mixing this fun drink ...more

How To : Mix a Long Island iced tea

With so many long island ice tea recipes, we're bringing you one of the easiest long island recipes to learn. Five whites, some sweet and sour and you're good to go! Take it easy with this one, it can hurt you. If you're sick of basic cocktails, expand your knowledge. Watch ...more

How To : Make a Long Island Iced Tea alcoholic drink

Having a cocktail party and not quite sure what drinks to mix? Then watch this how to video and learn how simple it is to mix up everyones favorite vodka, rum, gin, tequila, and triple sec drink. The Long Island Iced Tea is like having five drinks in one.

How To : Mix a Long Island iced tea with Coca-Cola and rum

Want to make a Long Island iced tea like a champion bartender? This clip will show you how it's done. With the proper technique, mixing the perfect drink can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video bartenders' guide can present an overview of the process in about a min ...more

How To : Make an alcoholic "Tokyo Tea" cocktail

Looking for something that is packed with alcohol but also tastes great? Tired of boring Long Island or Long Beach Iced Teas? Well, you have come to the right video. Check out this great step by step tutorial on how to make a Tokyo Tea cocktail. Tokyo Tea is a fun variation on ...more

How To : Make a perfect long island cocktail

This video, from Cocktail-Guru, shows you how to make the perfect Long Island Iced Tea. This is one of the strongest cocktails out there, and is perfect for parties. First, put some ice in a shaker. To that add 1 ounce of vodka, 1 ounce of gin, 1 ounce of tequila, and 1 ounce ...more

How To : Make a Blue Motorcycle

Learn how to make a blue motorcycle, which is a derivative of the long island iced tea. Not for the weak hearted (or low toleranced) this drink is a sure fire way to get your party started.

How To : The Perfect Formula for Making Any Cocktail

Like many others, I like a good cocktail every now and then, and I've always been impressed when my cocktail enthusiast friends would come up with a new drink or even just remember how to concoct a Clover Club (FYI, it's made with gin, raspberry syrup, lemon, and egg white). T ...more

How To : Properly stir a cocktail

Impress your friends and become an expert mixologist with drinks that are "stirred, not shaken." You Will Need * Ice * A stir glass * A serving glass * Alcohol * Mixers * A bar spoon * A strainer * A swizzle stick or parasol * An iced-tea spoon Step 1: Put ice in glass Fill t ...more

How To : Mix a gin green tea cocktail

This is a very simple but very delicious and refreshing long drink. You don't need to worry too much about the measurements, just fill a tall glass with ice and add one part gin, one part green tea, and one part ginger ale. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to m ...more

How To : Make Thai iced tea

This is a video demonstrating how to make Thai Iced tea. The presenter explains that Thai tea mix can be bought at a local Asian market. She explains that it costs about 5 dollars. She says that one package can last a long time. Sugar and boiling water, ice and half and half i ...more

Summer Hack : Hot Tea Can Cool You Down More Than Popsicles

Instinctively, we reach for popsicles and cold drinks when the temperatures climb, but doing something counterintuitive, like going for a hot drink or eating something spicy, is actually more effective at keeping you cool. Deutsche Well spoke with Professor Peter McNaughton, ...more

How To : 10 Herbs You Can Buy Once & Regrow Forever

Fresh herbs are a surefire way to enhance a dish, but buying them at the store each time you need them is costly. Luckily, growing your own herbs is a lot easier than it seems: You can even using cuttings from the herbs you already buy to start your own little herb garden. An ...more

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Even if you haven't heard of ube (pronounced "OO-beh"), you've probably seen pictures of desserts made with this brilliant purple yam. The ube really does look almost too pretty to be food, doesn't it?. While there is often confusion between sweet potatoes and true yams, the u ...more

How To : Colonel Sanders' KFC Recipe Revealed!

The Holy Grail of chicken has just been found by an unsuspecting reporter of the Chicago Tribune. Yes, that's right: The secret 11 herbs and spices in Colonel Sanders' Original Recipe chicken has finally been revealed, and it looks legit as hell. While a copy of the Original ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Brew gyokuro tea with ice cubes

Tea is usually brewed with hot boiling water. In this how to video our host shows you a new method of making gyokuro tea with ice cubes. This brewing method is more commonly known as shinobi-cha and it is very easy way to enjoy your tea longer. Watch and start making tea with ...more

How To : Have Fun in Iceland!

Iceland Adventure Travel Are you an "adventure traveler?" That's right an adventurer traveler! Adventure tourism is becoming a popular travel niche all over the world for adventure seekers. These are people who don't necessarily want to sit on the beach with a cocktail with a ...more

How To : Make spiced chai

A sweet and spicy milk-based tea from India, chai is a tasty alternative to coffee. You Will Need * 7 c. Water * 2 green cardamom pods * 1 small piece fresh ginger root * 2 cloves * A cinnamon stick * 2 bay leaves * 2 tbsp. Loose leaf black tea (such as Darjeeling) * 1 c. Whol ...more

How To : 16 Tips for Staying Awake When You're Tired

While there's an art to surviving the all-nighter, there's also an art to staying awake throughout the day when you're operating on little to no sleep. In 1964, the record for sleep deprivation was set by 17-year-old Randy Gardner, who stayed awake for an incredible 264 hours ...more

How To : Make A Banana And Mars Bar Cake

Banana bread has always been a favourite treat whether it was fresh from nanna's oven or from the local bakery. The addition of Mars Bars or another one of your favourite chocolate bars can be a great addition for the kids as long as they eat their vegetables first. This is a ...more

How To : Make Vodka Mojitos

This is a simple twist on the classic mojito cocktail, but instead of rum, I used Vodka. Because I like mojitos on the sour side, I added extra lime juice compared to what a classic mojito recipe calls for (about a 1/4 cup more). This drink also calls for freshly made mint inf ...more

How To : Hot Damn! These Homemade Popsicle Ideas Look Epic

The magic of an ice cold popsicle on a hot summer's day is undeniable, whether you're a child or a kid-at-heart. Neon-colored, store-bought popsicles may have a special place in your memory, but homemade popsicles are pretty hard to beat. Here's how to create delicious frozen ...more

How To : Hey, America—You're Drinking Your Tea Wrong!

Tea has been around for thousands of years, and as a result, tons of customs and ceremonies have sprung up around its consumption. Some cultures take their tea plain, while others put things in it. Sometimes there are special tea-holding vessels, other times not. Maybe there w ...more

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Most DIY freaks do-it-themselves because they love it. Because they're curious, creative, and like to take the long road (or figure out an ingenious short cut). In the case of Chewang Norphel (aka the Ice Man), the need to do-it-himself was a little more dire: the survival of ...more

News : Light dry ice on fire

Impossible, right? Ahh, well science says fire and ice can and do coexist. The Science of this experiment:Dry ice at -109ºF, is frozen carbon dioxide (CO2), not water (H2O). Dry ice is also much colder than a freezer ice cube. To be exact it is almost as cold as Earth's cold ...more

How To : Bone Broth—Is It Worth the Hype?

If you spend a lot of time reading about food, chances are you've heard about bone broth. It's all the rage these days, from high profile chefs like Marco Canora building menus around it, to celebrities like Salma Hayek using it as self-prescribed beauty regimens. Bone broth ...more

Trash Talk : 5 Food Scraps You Should Not Be Throwing Away

A few years ago I went hog-wild trying to achieve a zero-waste lifestyle. I didn't succeed, but the experiment taught me that we throw away things we could—and should—be using more. In ye olde days of our forefathers, people generally used every part of the animal in cooking. ...more

How To : So, You're a Steampunk… Now What?

Let's say that you've got the look down, and you have your Steampunk props all ready to go. Congratulations! You're a Steampunk! But now what do you do with yourself? You can sit there, patting yourself on the back, but that gets lonely after awhile. Your props will look nic ...more

How To : 4 Healthier Whipped Cream Alternatives

Whipped cream is one of the most iconic dessert toppings around, but the full-fat version is not the most forgiving when it comes to fat content. With the holidays just around the corner, learn how to spare yourself a few calories—especially if you love the creamy texture of w ...more

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Broccoli is super. Not only is it jam-packed with nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin A, folic acid, calcium and fibre, but it's one veggie that refuses to be just a side-dish. Nobody puts broccoli in the corner. And there's never been a better time to get creative with veggies ...more

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