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- n. A small glass used to hold or measure a small quantity of liquor.
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- n. a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey
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Simple juice spritzer: Another refreshing low-calorie beverage is a simple real-juice spritzer, Blatner says., Add a shot glass full 1½ ounces of your favorite juice such as grapefruit, pineapple, orange or pomegranate juice to eight ounces of club soda or sparkling water, she says.
“Vladimir,” Vladimir Belov said, and then stuck his tongue inside the shot glass to lick out the last few drops of vodka.
A Shot in the Dark: How much fun to find a shot glass on your appetizer dish—aquavit to accompany the gravlax, a flavored vodka beside a dollop of caviar on a blini pancake, a hollowed-out lemon half with Mexican Sauza next to the ceviche.
Jigger: The 1½ oz shot glass takes the guesswork out of measuring liquor.
I stopped on the way and bought a bottle of Cuervo Gold and a shot glass that said “The Bluegrass State” across the front, then I headed toward Frankfort, the state capital.
Bath Kol reached out and Jamaerah put a filled shot glass in his hand.
He removed the sterling silver stopper from the lead crystal decanter and poured the thirty-dollar-a-shot, premium tequila into a shaker, gently chilling the liquor before pouring it into a shot glass with a twist of orange.