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BarBug! is now serving up a Virgin Lime Rickey (na)! He shows you his Virgin Lime Rickey (na) mixed drink recipe and makes suggestions for spirits, mixers and the proper serving glass.


 Virgin Lime Rickey (na) Mocktail Recipe

**Non-Alcohol Cocktail

Serving Glass: Highball With Ice

1 oz Lime Juice
Fill Club Soda
Gently Stir
Garnish: Lime Slice

(na) means Non Alcohol drink


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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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