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When traveling in the Yucatán, Pete Wells discovered that Mexican bartenders make a different, and to his mind, far better version of the gin and tonic than their North American counterparts. Their secret: they use lime as an ingredient, not just a garnish. Slideshow:  Classic Cocktail Recipes 

August 1999

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  • Fill a highball glass with ice. Add gin and fresh lime juice. Top off the glass with tonic and stir gently. Garnish with a lime slice.

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