A:A 750-milliliter bottle of liquor converts to 25.4 ounces in volume, meaning that it contains approximately 12.7 shots of liquor if using a standard 2-ounce shot glass. This amount varies, as shot glasses can also be 1.5 ounces or 1.25 ounces.
A:Many different types of alcohol can be mixed with apple cider, including rum, whiskey, cinnamon schnapps, Grand Marnier, Jagermeister, bourbon, vodka or brandy. Other popular ingredients in apple cider cocktails include lemon juice and cinnamon.
A:A flask garter is a garter with a sewn-in pouch that holds a drinking flask. A garter is a fashion device that goes around the leg or upper thigh, which is designed to keep socks or stockings from falling down. During prohibition garters were used to hide alcohol in a discreet location, however, in modern times flask garters are most commonly used as gifts for bachelorette parties.
A:Generally, patients are advised not to eat or drink anything after midnight before surgery, according to the American Society of Anesthesiologists. They should also avoid drinking alcoholic beverages for 24 hours after surgery.
A:The alcohol content of a glass of champagne is 12 percent alcohol by volume. This is comparable to the alcohol content in red and white wines, which are 13 percent ABV and 11.5 percent ABV respectively.
A:A frozen margarita can really tip the scales at a whopping 675 calories per drink. This drink also contains a very high sugar content at 83 grams, which is equivalent to three full packs of candy or 10 pastries. There are several alternatives to this drink that are healthier.
A:In the United States, 100-proof alcohol means that the liquor is 50% alcohol by volume. Though alcohol by volume remains the same regardless of country, the way different countries measure proof varies.
A:You can substitute pomegranate juice or raspberry syrup for grenadine. Grenadine is a sweet syrup made from pomegranate seeds and is often used to make cocktails and other drinks; some people find it too sweet for drinks and prefer other alternatives.
A:There are no proven side effects that come with consuming a Tequila worm. While the worm is popularly called the tequila worm, it is only found on the bottom of a bottle of mezcal, a variety of tequila obtained from distilling blue agave and similar plants. The meriposa worm is grown on agave from which mezcal is made, and when a worm is added to the mezcal, it is known as mezcal con gusano.