Boston Tea Party

  • Units: 3
  • Served in: Highball glass
  • Total time: 5 minutes


  • 12½ ml/½ fl. oz (½ measure) Vodka
  • 12½ ml/½ fl. oz (½ measure) Rum
  • 12½ ml/½ fl. oz (½ measure) Gin 
  • 12½ ml ½ fl. oz (½ measure) Coffee liqueur  (Kahlua/Tia Maria)
  • 12½ ml/½ fl. oz (½ measure) Triple sec (Orange liqueur)
  • 12½ ml/½ fl. oz (½ measure) Lemon juice 
  • 12½ ml/½ fl. oz (½ measure) Sugar syrup
  • Cola 
  • Ice cubes 
  • To garnish 
  • Lemon wedge
Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party cocktail is served long and is made with vodka, rum, gin, coffee liqueur and orange liqueur. Despite it's name it contains no tea, and instead has a slight coffee taste from the coffee liqueur.


  1. Fill a long glass with ice cubes. 
  2. Add the vodka, rum, gin, coffee liqueur, orange liqueur, lemon juice and sugar syrup into a shaker and thoroughly shake.
  3. Pour the mixture into the glass over the ice, 
  4. Top up the glass until full with cola to create the Boston Tea Party. 
  5. Garnish with a lemon wedge. 
The Boston Tea Party is named after the political protest by the Sons of Liberty in Boston, on December 16, 1773.

Please note that the units field is an estimation, and will vary depending on the type and quantity of alcohol used. Please drink responsibly and legally.

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