Ying &Yang by Jovino Guza

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Ingredients (4)

  • 2 oz of Barcardi Orange Rum
  • 1 oz Diet Chai Tea
  • Splash of fresh orange juice
  • Splash of sour mix
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Ying &Yang by Jovino Guza

This drink was developed primarily because one day as I was walking in the supermarket ( Gristides-NY) I happened upon Diet Chai Iced Tea and I thought wow wonder how this would work in a cocktail. It’s the prefect drink for people who like that sort of sweet and sour taste in a drink but also is a great drink for woman who do not like the taste of alcohol. Perfect summer drink. What’s great about this drink is that the predominant flavor in this drink is orange which makes you feel like your drinking something healthy-but then there’s this fabulous exotic taste from the chai tea that blends perfectly to create this unique flavored cocktail. Note that rum contains the most sugar content thus this drink is smooth and sneaky-drink responsibly.


  1. 1Take a tall glass filled with ice pour in 2oz of Bacardi Orange Rum
  2. 2then add a splash of fresh orange juice
  3. 3then a splash of sour mix or margarita pre-mix
  4. 4Fill the rest of the glass with Diet Chai Iced Tea about 1-1 1/2 oz shake and serve
  5. 5Add and orange slice wheel for decoration
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