A Orient Express made with Citron vodka, ginger liquor, lychee, fresh lime juice, with a jest of lime garnish on top seen at the Old Bull Tavern in Beaufort on April 10, 2014. A national lime shortage is wreaking havoc on Lowcountry Mexican restaurants, bars and grocery stores.
A Orient Express made with Citron vodka, ginger liquor, lychee, fresh lime juice, with a jest of lime garnish on top seen at the Old Bull Tavern in Beaufort on April 10, 2014. A national lime shortage is wreaking havoc on Lowcountry Mexican restaurants, bars and grocery stores. Staff photo
A Orient Express made with Citron vodka, ginger liquor, lychee, fresh lime juice, with a jest of lime garnish on top seen at the Old Bull Tavern in Beaufort on April 10, 2014. A national lime shortage is wreaking havoc on Lowcountry Mexican restaurants, bars and grocery stores. Staff photo

Beaufort County bar, restaurant owners sour over soaring lime prices

April 10, 2014 07:31 PM

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