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BarBug! is now serving up a Bulldog! He shows you his Bulldog mixed drink recipe and makes suggestions for spirits, mixers and the proper serving glass.


 Bulldog Mixed Drink Recipe

Serving Glass: Highball With Ice

2 oz Beefeater Gin
2 oz Orange Juice
Fill Ginger Ale


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  • BRANDY SNIFTER: Usually 3, 6, 10 or 12 oz. The 6 oz size is most common. Can be used as substitute for the drinks that call for a shot glass.
  • CHAMPAGNE: 4 to 6 oz stemmed specialty glass.
  • COCKTAIL: Very versatile stemmed glass used for straight up drinks like the cream drinks and martinis. Sizes range from 3 to 6 oz but the 4 oz is the most common size. The larger 6 ounce saucer style is used for margaritas and frozen drinks. The 4 oz "V" shaped ones are commonly used for martinis.
  • COFFEE: The common 8 to 12 oz coffee mugs.
  • COLLINS: Tall and slender holding 10 to 14 oz, used for the drinks with the greatest liquid volumes. Sometimes frosted.
  • CORDIAL: About 1 to 2 oz for some shot type drinks, liqueurs and layered delights.
  • HIGHBALL: Similar shape to the collins glass but shorter and fatter of 8 to 12 oz.
  • LARGE WINE: A stemmed round bowled 9 to 14 oz glass for red wine.
  • OLD FASHIONED: The larger ROCKS type glass, 8 to 9 oz.
  • ROCKS: The short, wide "on the rocks" glass holding 6 to 9 oz.
  • SHOT: The common shot glass (or jigger) holds 1 1/2 oz. An actual "shot" glass may vary from 1 to 2 oz. A "pony shot" glass is 1 oz.
  • SOUR: A special 5 to 6 oz "cocktail" glass that has a taller and thinner bowl than the standard one.
  • WINE: The standard 6 to 8 oz "white wine" style glass that is taller and thinner than the larger "red wine" glass.
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