Garnish: Sour Patch Kids Candy
- Separate Sour Patch Kids Candy by color and place them into an empty bottle.
- Fill with tequila. Shake and let sit for a few hours.
- Rim the edge of a shot glass with colored sugar. Set aside.
- In a shaking glass with ice, combine sour patch kids tequila, and a flavored soda of a matching color for each flavor. Stir to combine.
- Strain in the mix of each color into its matching glass and garnish with a sour patch kids candy, accordingly.
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