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Lip-smacking! Made for the All New Zaar Cookbooks, a tag game.

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Julie B's Hive January 30, 2009

These are so good! I placed the Grey Goose Vodka, sugar and lemon juice in a shaker with ice and shook really hard. Poured it into a highball with a lemon wedge that was dipped in sugar..... and drank it as if i were doing a Cuervo shot! One awesome shooter!!! Everyone loved them!

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NcMysteryShopper December 07, 2004

These are really good! I just happened to stumble across this recipe yesterday and had new shot glasses we wanted to try out ;) We used Absolut as well and I forgot to chill the glasses, but I'll do that next time. I also used superfine sugar. I do like to bite the lemon and then shoot, but I've always been kinda backwards. Great shooter, thanks for sharing!

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Denise! July 03, 2004

I used absolute (lemon) and lemons. *Tip: put the shot glasses in the freezer for about 10 minutes before pouring shooters. Your glasses will be extra cold and frosty.*

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Pepper Monkey July 02, 2004

I used to make these all the time when I bartended! They are one of my favorites as well. Like riffraff said a really good, very cold vodka is best. Put it in the freezer for a couple hours first. Thanks for posting!

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Little Bee January 27, 2004

One of my very favorite shots. Really cold, really expensive vodka works the best.

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riffraff January 26, 2004
Lemon Drop Shooters