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The New Way to Chase a Shot Is to Put This Strip on Your Tongue Before You Pound It

Will you drink to that?

Hold the lime for a minute: Foodbeast spotlights Chaser Strips, which it calls similar to Listerine PocketPaks because they are strips that partygoers put on their tongues before taking a shot to mask what they find to be a bitter aftertaste. The Houston-based company only makes a mixed berry flavor at the moment.

Sounds perfect for college seniors who are gearing up for “Senior Week” partying the week before graduation.

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