Standard Bar Measures
TermMeasurement (US)Measurement (Metric)1 partany equal partany equal part1 dash1/48 fl. ounce0.625 mL1 splash (**)1/5 fl.ounce5.91 mL1 teaspoon (tsp)1/6 fl. ounce4.93 mL1 tablespoon (Tbsp.) or 'count'1/2 fl. ounce14.79 mL1 pony1 fl. ounce29.57 mL1 j...
Cordial1 ounceCocktail Glass4 ouncesJigger1 1/2 ouncesOld Fashioned Glass4 ouncesSour Glass5 ouncesChampaigne Glass5 - 6 ouncesCollins Glass12 ouncesHighball Glass8 ouncesJulep Glass10 - 12 ouncesBrandy Glass3 ouncesCordial Glass2 ouncesSherry Wine G...
1 Gallon (U.S.)128 ounces1/2 Gallon64 ounces1 Quart (U.S.)32 ounces1 Fifth (4/5 Quart)25.6 ounces3/4 Quart24 ounces1 Pint16 ounces1 Tenth12.8 ounces1 Cup (1/4 Pint)8 ounces1 Jigger1 1/2 ounces1 Pony1 ounce1 Dash3 drops
Bar Sugar is the hardest operational sugar around. Besides being the typical occupant of the kitchen sugar bowl, it is the most used sugar in home cooking. When a recipe calls for sugar, it, by default, implies Bar Sugar. It is finest of all the type...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muddler A muddler is a bartender's tool, used to "muddle" or make a mash of fruits, herbs, and/or spices in the bottom of a glass to release their flavor.Two popular cocktails that require the use of a muddler are the moj...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shot_glass A shot glass is a small glass designed to hold or measure one to three ounces of liquor, to be poured into a mixed drink, or drunk straight from the glass (a "shot"). The modern thick-walled shot glas...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollinaris_(water) Apollinaris is a brand of effervescent table water, very well-known in German-speaking countries as "The Queen of Table Waters".Since 1852, Apollinaris is sourced from a spring in Bad Neuenah...
Shaved ice is a slushy form of ice (as opposed to a hard, dense form, e.g. an ice cube or icicle). Many freezers are equipped to dispense either cubed ice or shaved ice, depending on a setting selected by the user, although typically freezer-generate...
A jigger or measure is a bar tending tool used to measure liquor, which is typically then poured into a cocktail shaker. It is named for the unit of liquid it typically measures, a 1.5 fluid ounce (~44 ml) jigger or shot. However, bar jiggers come in...