POUR cream liqueur into glass and carefully LAYER lime juice so it floats on cream liqueur. Instruct drinker to hold and swirl the drink around in their mouth before swallowing.
When mixed in the mouth, the acid in the lime juice will curdle the cream liqueur causing it to rapidly gain viscosity and stick to the drinkers’ teeth, like cement.
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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into glass filled with crushed ice.
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