Tokyo Tea Drink • Your New Favorite Summer Cocktail

Tokyo Tea Drink • Your New Favorite Summer Cocktail

With a name as exotic as its taste, the Tokyo Tea drink is one that will entertain or delight at any bar or party. With a citrus-y punch, this drink gives you all the sweetness of Japan with all the alcohol of a Long Island Iced Tea.

It’s sweet and it’s different, something that honestly looks just as cool as it tastes. And while the recipe seems like a lot, it’s actually a super easy drink to make.

It’s great for parties, nights out with friends, and it’s simple enough to be found at any bar. It’s great for so many different purposes, as any great alcoholic drink should be. The Tokyo Tea is one of my go-to drinks whenever I want to introduce my friends to something just a little bit different, especially those who aren’t too open to trying new things!

Variations

There are a number of variations on this drink. Some recipes, as mentioned above, still call for kiwi liqueur instead of Midori. Others call for sour mix instead of a squeeze of fresh lime juice.

If sour mix is what you have on hand, you can use it instead of lime juice. But you’ll get a fresher, more vibrant taste from the fresh lime. So whenever you can get hold of limes, use them.

The lime will enhance the citrus flavors coming from the 7-Up. It cuts through the sweetness from the soda and the Midori, and gives the whole drink a nice little bite.

Some recipes also call for a couple of of teaspoons of simple syrup. That’s just a syrup made out of sugar, which you can add to any drink that you’d like to make sweeter. Whether you think this drink needs it will depend on your taste. Make it by the recipe first – you can always stir in some simple syrup later.

Tokyo Tea Recipe

  1. Take a large fishbowl or a pitcher and add ice, lemon soda, limes, melon liqueur, vodka, rum, gin and triple sec.
  2. Stir them well and mix them.
  3. Pour the drink into chilled glasses and garnish with a slice of lime.

Pro tip: Add some mint leaves on the top of the glass and have some Chicken drumsticks along. You will love the combination.

And if you want to know about those Chicken drumsticks more, then no need to worry. You can get the full recipe of How to make Chicken Drumsticks at home on our site. Enjoy your drink and keep the spirit high.

Nutritional Breakdown of Tokyo Tea

The nutritional breakdown is what everyone is curious about nowadays and so are we. Here is the complete breakdown of this drink done in the table below.

Calories 268
Carbohydrates 16 gm
Fat 0 gm
Protein 0 gm
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 0 mg

How to Make Tokyo Tea Cocktail at Home | Video

I’ve added a video of this drink below. After watching the video, it’ll be easier for you to try this drink at your home.

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