This classic cocktail is smooth, dry and just a little tart.
By: Stephen Phillips
Serves 15 (1 1/2 oz.) shots.
16 oz. of vodka
4 oz. of lime juice
Fill a large shaker with ice and ingredients. Let stand for a minute to let some of the ice melt for just a bit. Line up your shot glasses and pour.
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