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Lime juice

Lime juice is one of the most important juices in a bar.

If it's not possible to use fresh squeezed lime juice, only the best-quality bottled juice should be used. Note that lime juice is sold both unsweetened and sweetened (Rose's - see related ingredients) on bottles.

To get the most juice from a lime bring it to room temperature, then roll it on the counter with the flat of your hand while pressing down on the fruit to soften them up before squeezing.

A medium sized lime has about 1 oz. of juice.

Used in the following 298 drinks:

Ingredient Information:
Fruit / Juice
Non alcoholic

Related ingredients:

  • Lime
  • Lime juice cordial
  • Rose's sweetened lime juice
  • Lemon juice
  • Orange juice

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