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pickle back

pickle back
 n.— «We do something called a “pickle back”—a shot of Jameson with a shot of pickle-juice brine—that is quickly becoming a signature.» —“Jenn James of the Rusty Knot Never Wants to Hear ’Hotel California’ Again” New York May 28, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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