Shooters are shot glasses used to serve mixed drinks. There are a few types of shooters, including a Jagerbomb, a Mexikaner, and a pudding shot. These types of shots can vary from bar to bar. They can be served in a shot glass, shaken, or blended.
Shooters are typically used as an accompaniment to a larger drink, such as an alcoholic beverage or a vodka cocktail. The amount of alcohol in a single shot can be as small as one ounce. However, it can also be as large as three ounces.
Most shots are drunk in a single gulp. In addition, they can be layered or stirred. A jigger is often used to measure the volume of a shot.
Some shots are served in a small, narrow shot glass. While many bartenders create their own signature shot, the ingredients can vary from place to place.
Some bars may have a special shooter menu, such as a tequila shot or a mexikaner. These are popular on holidays and at parties. Shots can be made from a variety of spirits, including whiskey, tequila, vodka, and gin.
In the United States, shot glass sizes range from one ounce to three ounces. This allows for the bar owner to control their supplies and keep customers safe.
Shooters have been around since the 1600s. The first documented use of the term occurred in the United Kingdom. After the German glassworks factory was founded by Friedrich Otto Schott, it was called the Shot Glass.