What does "one part" mean when mixing drinks?

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A "part" is any type of measurement, such as ounces, jiggers or cups. A part is a ratio cue that allows bartenders to scale recipes easily to make multiple drinks or large batches instead of just one cocktail.

When mixing a single drink, one part is usually the equivalent of 1 ounce. A classic vodka martini, for example, uses six parts of vodka and one part of dry vermouth, which is the equivalent of 6 ounces of vodka and 1 ounce of dry vermouth. To make a pitcher of martinis using 1/2-cup measurements as the parts instead of ounces is the same as mixing 3 cups of vodka and 1/2 cup of dry vermouth.

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One part can be any amount. An example is in a mixed drink, you may have to use 1 part
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Mixing things in 'parts' is using a ratio when mixing different things together. It depends upon what you are mixing with it. If you are mixing bleach to water at a ratio of 1 part
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It is just a measure. it means however much you're making, that is 1 part. it take a little math to reverse measure. Say you're making 1 gallon of something, and the recipe calls
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Part represents a ratio. If a drink was 1 part vodka, two parts tequila, however much vodka you add, you add twice as much tequila. Drink responsibly! report this answer. Updated
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