A miniature is a small bottle of a spirit, liqueur or other alcoholic beverage. Their
contents, typically 50ml, are intended to comprise an individual serving.
Sep 17, 2011 ... When I say nips I mean those tiny, 1-2 ounce bottle of alcohol you see on the
counter of the corner store. They told me that they called those ...
A pocket-size bottle of alcohol is called a flask. The thin contoured shape is
designed to fit easily inside a pocket. Typically, flasks are made of stainless steel
Feb 8, 2008 ... Best Answer: mini bottles. SC was a state that only sold them in bars, couldn't buy
them in ABC stores, but new law went into effect 2years ago ...
I've put the old traditional bottle names like pint, fifth, and half gallon in quotes
because ... We may still call them that, but bottle sizes have changed! ... standard
wine serving = 5 oz; 187 ml "mini" wine bottle (usually sold in 4 packs) = 6.3 oz ...
Jan 15, 2011 ... How does one call one of these trendy small alcohol drink bottles that ... much,
but they're called "mini-s", like in the mini version of the bottle.
May 16, 2012 ... At least for now, you are allowed to take bottles of alcohol that are 100ml (~3 ......
airport bar (or consume your mini bottles) and drink them before you board, .....
They are called nips or shooters – I know I owned a liquor store!
May 13, 2016 ... Rachel Trevor is accused of stealing 1,500 mini bottles of liquor while working ...
gin, rum, and vodka into her bag and using Craigslist to sell them, ... However,
she was supposedly selling the stolen shots, often called “nips,” ...
Mar 14, 2014 ... The duty free stores at all the major airports have started selling those 50ml mini
bottles of spirits. When passengers see them they think “Oh ...
May 16, 2016 ... According to investigators, Trevor would often put some of these mini liquor
bottles in her bag after flights and take them home—not to consume ...