How much is a measure of gin?
A standard measure is how much alcohol you put into your cocktail. It's how they sell most spirit beverages in bars - they normally come in measures so that you're drinking consistent amounts every time you have a round of drinks, no matter how many people you're drinking with.
A standard measure of gin is 25 milliliters (mL or ml), which is roughly how much gin you get in one shot.
The actual amount of alcohol in each shot varies depending on how strong the gin is and how much it is diluted with alcohol before bottling. Due to this variety, different manufacturers offer slightly different numbers for how many shots you get in each bottle.
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