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14:01 Feb 20, 2005
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Cooking / Culinary
English term or phrase: shot pouring
It's giving the rules for bar tenders to serve drinks:

Bartenders must use hotel supplied jiggers. No "free pouring," "speed pouring" or "shot pouring" will be permitted. Standard Jigger size is 1 ounce over 2 ounces ice. Liquor pour is 1oz.; Rocks, cordial, brandy/Cognac pour is 2oz.; Martini, Manhattan, Port & Sherry pour is 3oz.; Wine pour is 6oz. Do not solicit subsequent drinks until 2/3 of the first drink has been consumed. No more than 2 drinks to a single consumer at one time. Must adhere to Gold Standard & TABC server guidelines
Argentina28
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5 +1no se pueden servir chupitosxxxChutzpahtic


  

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no se pueden servir chupitos


Explanation:
In Spain, a shot is called "chupito"

COCTELERÍA
... naranja natural y 2 chupitos de cointreau, Primer beso : 2 chupitos de jerez seco,
2 chupitos de benedictine, 2 chupitos de cointreau y 1 chupito de Pipermín. ...
jo.burdalo.eresmas.net/coctel.htm

Productos del Bierzo, vinos, licores, aguardientes, embutidos y ... -
... para agrandar. Preciosa caja de madera con una Frasca de Cuturrus de 1L,
una miniatura de cuturrus y vaso de chupito. Este producto ...
bierzonatura.com/tienda/ product_info.php/products_id/181 - 52k



xxxChutzpahtic
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