Probably invented in the 1940s by Trader Vic (Victor Bergeron) or maybe in the 1930s by Don The Beachcomber, this bracing tiki drink is perfect for a hot day at the beach. Don't be fooled by the sweet, fruity junk you find at some bars -- made right, this is a delicious and poweful cocktail.
Place all ingredients in a shaker and shake vigorously. Pour into a tall glass over crushed ice or ice cubes. Garnish with the shell of one of the limes you squeezed and a mint sprig, if you like.
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