A small glass or measuring vessel holding 1½ ounces (45 ml), used mostly for measuring liquor or drinking whiskey; also, the quantity of liquid held in a jigger.
American bar measure 40ml. or 1.5 imperial ounces.
a unit of volume for liquor, usually considered equal to 1.5 (U.S.) fluid ounces or 44.360 milliliters.
Also called a shot, a jigger is a small drinking glass- shaped container used to measure liquor.
A device used to measure a specific amount of a liquid. This is normally one of the spirits in a bar. It can be of various sizes but 1 oz is the most popular.
bar utility used for measuring ingredients (normally 2 and 4 cl)
a double-sided steel cup used to measure shots
a liquid measurement, a bit more than a fluid ounce
a measuring tool used by bartenders
an indispensable tool for the budding bartender
a stainless-steel tool used to measure liquid ingredients
a unit of measurment when dealing with alcohol
A 1-ounce measure used in making alcoholic drinks.
A bartender's measure of 1-1/2 fluid ounces.
Shot glass for - pouring about an ounce and a half.
A device to measure liqueur quantities.
a small measure of alcohol 1&189; oz
a liquid measure equal to 1 1/2 fluid ounces.
A jigger or measure is a bartending tool used to measure liquor, which is typically then poured into a cocktail shaker. It is named for one of the units it measures, a 1.5 fluid ounces (~44 ml) jigger or shot. Typically it is an hourglass shape, pairing a jigger on one side with a 1.0 fl. oz. (~30 ml) pony (shot) on the other.