A standard shot consists of about 1.5 fluid ounces of liquor, about 44 mL. Bottles of liquor come in a range of sizes, with a typical full-size bottle holding 25.36 fluid ounces, or 750 mL. This size of bottle will therefore contain just over 17 average shots.
Just so, how many shots are in a 1.75 liter bottle of vodka?
Liquor Shots per Bottle
|*Standard Bottle (aka Fifth)||750 ml||16 shots|
|*Liter||1 L||22 shots|
|Magnum||1.5 L||33 shots|
|Half Gallon (aka Handle)||1.75 L||39 shots|
How many shots are in a fifth of vodka?
These days most bottles are 750 ml, which is close to 1/5 of a gallon. A gallon contains 128 fluid ounces. So a fifth (1/5) or 750ml contains a tad more than 25 oz, or 25 one-ounce shots. Of course, many use 1 ½ ounce for a standard shot which is around 16 shots.
How many shots do you get out of a Litre of vodka?
shot gives you 33 shots per liter. If you go to a 1-1/4 oz. shot, your bottle yield goes down to 27 shots. And if you pour 1-1/2 oz.