BarCraft Cocktail Jigger Dual Spirit Measure Cup, Stainless Steel, 25ml/50ml
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The smaller end measures 1 ounce while the larger side measures 1.5 ounces. If you’re looking to build your own set around this beautiful piece, you can choose from a shaker, strainer, mixing glass, and more. Just note that this material is hand-wash only. A wide mouth helps speed up dumping, and a straight edge prevents dripping. The wider style also keeps the measuring cup stable. A jigger and a shot are both measures of alcohol, but they are not equal. A shot is 1.5 ounces of alcohol, while a jigger is 2 ounces. Which side of a jigger is a shot?
Float: Floating a liquid in a drink is typically done for a visual effect, especially if you’re layering ingredients with different densities, but it can also be used to impart a small amount of flavor. Use your best judgment here.
If you are uncertain, pour a small amount of your ingredient and taste it. Add more if you think it needs it.PERFECT TOOL FOR THE JOB: The Houdini double jigger features a 1-1/2-ounce measuring cup and a smaller 1/2-ounce measuring cup for the ideal pour Knowing how to use a jigger is an essential skill for any bartender. By using the correct side of the jigger, you’ll be able to make accurate measurements and pour perfect shots every time. Is a shot 1 oz or 1.5 oz? In addition to its practical benefits, a jigger with a handle can also be a stylish and attractive addition to a bartender's toolkit. They come in a variety of materials, such as stainless steel, copper, and gold, and often feature sleek and modern designs that complement the aesthetics of a well-appointed bar.
A jigger is a bartending tool used to measure liquor in ounces. There are typically two sides to a jigger, each with its own measurement. Most bartenders will use the smaller side for shots and the larger side for mixed drinks. One of the very best things about the measuring cups is the large SIZE of the cup sizes raised / stamped into the bottoms of the copper cups. No more having to find my glasses or squint!These are an absolute joy to use and have classed up the kitchen where they are on display (because why would you hide such beauty ?!).