What is a TOT measure?

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A TOT measure is a way people measure liquids, usually alcohol. It is most commonly used by bartenders to measure alcoholic beverages. The TOT name originated from the British Royal Navy and this measurement was used in the early days to ration the rum that was given to the sailors. The measurement for a TOT is usually two and a half ounces. In this day and age, the TOT has been replaced with the word shot. The amount of a shot is also less than a TOT.
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