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Jello Shot Containers

Jello Shot Containers

You have a few options for Jello Shot Containers. You’re limited only by your imagination.

2 oz. Jello Shot Cup

2 Oz Jello Shot Cups with Lids

2 oz. jello shot cups and 2 oz. jello shot cup lids can be found at most restaurant supply store and you can also order them online.

You can use a toothpick and separate the Jello from the sides of the container and then suck the shot.

You can also dip the bottom of the container in some hot water and it will loosen the Jello from the inside.

Paper Ketchup Cups

You can also use paper containers like Paper Jello Shot Containersthe ones used for ketchup in restaurants as Jello shot containers. You can rip the container and suck the Jello shot or just simply squeeze the bottom and suck out the shot.

These containers can also be purchased online and through restaurant supply stores.

Fruit Halves

Jello Fruit WedgesFruit halves, such as: lemons, limes, or oranges are great for serving Jello shots. You can basically use any fruit half that has a tough skin.

Simply cut the fruit in half, scrape out the fruit and fill them with your Jello mixture. You can either throw away the scraped out fruit or save it to add to your Jello shot for added texture. After you add the Jello mixture you can put them in muffin pans to set in the fridge and this will eliminate spills. When they are set up, cut the halves in half again making quarter wedges.

Jello Shot Injectors

Jello shot injectors or syringes or greatJello Shot Injector for parties. Fill the injector with your Jello shot and just squeeze the plunger. The injectors can be washed and reused again. 60cc medical syringes work great, hold just over 2 ounces plus they are inexpensive. Jello shot injectors can also be purchased online.

Ice Cube Trays

Ice Cube TrayIce cube trays can also be used for Jello shots. It is rather tricky to get the finished shots out of the trays. You can spray the ice trays with cooking tray beforehand and it will make removing the shot somewhat easier. Dipping the bottom of the ice cube tray into hot water for 5 – 10 seconds will also make the easier to remove.

Shot Glasses

Shot glasses, although obvious, are an overlooked option for jello shot containers. Just use a toothpick around the edge to remove the shot or you can dip the shot glass in hot water just before serving.

Jello Twist Shot Cups

Jello Twist Shot Cups are great for serving jello shots.Jello Twist Shot Cup This is one of the best jello cup solutions out there. When taking a jello shot, is not being able to get all of the jello out. The Jello Twist Shot Cup is specially designed to prevent the jello from sticking to the edges.

Disposable Squeezable Shot Cups

Disposable Squeezeable Shot CupsAnother option for jello shots is disposable squeezable shot cups, a unique, flexible plastic designed exclusively for jello shots. With its accordion-like design, the two-ounce squeezable cup will not crack or break when customers compress the cup’s base and ease the jello shot into their mouths.

Jello Shot Accessories

Listed below of some of the Jello Shot accessories available at the Pour Me A Shot Bar Store.

  • Jello Injector Accessories – Large hole foam racks are designed to carry 3 oz. Jell-O Shot Injectors. Two popular shapes to choose from. The circle has a cup holder in the middle which is good for Injector caps.
  • Glo Shot Jello Injector – Available in several neon colors. All you do is crack the Jello injector like a typical glow stick to activate, and watch as the liquid inside the protective wall barrier illuminates the entire Jello injector.Each Jello Injector holds 1.5 ounces of your favorite Jello flavors. Made from food grade plastic and sold in packs of 12.
  • Suck & Blow Jello Shot Kit– It takes 2 people to take this one, so grab a friend. One person sucks, while the other person blows. Suck & Blow™ shots are great for bars, nightclubs, tailgating, special occasions, bachelorette parties, and more. Available in packs of 10, 30, or 75.
  • Shotgun Shooters With Caps – Fill these 6″ tubes with your favorite Jello® shot mix, add caps on both ends, chill and serve. Great for home parties or commercial bar use. Don’t forget to purchase a foam test tube rack to hold your custom made shooters. Holds 1 3/8 oz and has a diameter of 3/4″.

Note: Please drink responsibly. See Tips For Drinking Responsibly.

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Drinking Toasts

Toasting is a great way to honor someone whether it be a birthday, retirement, Drinking Toastsanniversary or wedding.

Toasts are often difficult to come up with, but one rule of thumb is to keep them short.

Here are a few drinking toasts to keep in mind, should the occasion arise.

“No one frolics, Like we alcoholics.”
“I have known many, and liked not a few, but loved only one and this toast is to you.”
“May neighbors respect you, trouble neglect you, the angels protect you, and heaven accept you.”
“Here’s to those who wish us well As for the rest, they can go to Hell.”
“Wise, kind, gentle, generous, sexy… but enough about me. Here’s to you.”
“Here’s to the best key for unlocking friendship – whiskey.”
“May you live as long as you want, And never want as long as you live.”
“Here’s to life Ain’t it grand, Just got divorced From my old man.”
“Here’s to those who love us, And here’s to those who don’t, A smile for those who are willing to, And a tear for those who won’t.”
“Here’s to being single… Drinking doubles… And seeing triple!”
“May our friendship never fail May we always be kind I’ll post your bail If you post mine.”
“Here’s to a long life and a merry one A quick death and an easy one A pretty girl and an honest one A cold drink—and another one.”
“My friends are the best friends, Loyal, willing and able, Now let’s get to drinking! All glasses off the table!”
“Here’s to the heat. Not the heat that brings down barns and shanties, but the heat that brings down bras and panties.”
“Here’s to lobster tail and beer. Three of my favorite things.”
“Life is a waste of time, and time is a waste of life. So let’s get wasted all of the time, and have the time of our life.”
“A rich man lives in a castle, a poor man lives by the sea. But a whiskey glass and a fat girl’s ass are home sweet home to me.”
“Cheers to you, Cheers to me, Pray after these shots, We’ll be on our feet!”
“Work sucks, Life is Unfair, Cheers to the women with thong underwear.”
“Dollars make me hollar, Diamonds make me scream, Men that give them freely, Always make me cream.”
“Here’s to the nights we’ll never remember with the friends we will never forget.”
“Here’s to those who’ve seen us at our best and seen us at our worst and can’t tell the difference.”

 Note: Please drink responsibly. See Tips For Drinking Responsibly.

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Tips For Drinking Responsibly

Suggestions for Drinking Responsibly

  • Be aware of your limit.Tips for Drinking Responsibly
  • Sip your beverage.
  • Eat food when you drink. It’s specifically best to eat high protein foods for example cheese and peanuts, that will help to slow the absorption of alcoholic beverages into the circulatory system.
  • Cultivate taste. Decide on quality instead of quantity. Educate yourself on the names of fine wines, whiskeys, and beers. Find out what beverage complements what dishes.
  • Take a drink only if you want one. If someone is attempting to force another drink on you, request ice or perhaps drink a non-alcoholic drink.
  • Watch out for unfamiliar drinks. Like cocktails such as Hurricanes and various fruit and rum drinks are generally misleading, because the alcohol isn’t necessarily noticeable, plus its hard to space them out.
  • Pass up a drink occasionally. When at a social gathering, enjoy a nonalcoholic beverage between your alcoholic one to keep your blood alcohol concentration down. Space your alcoholic drinks out to maintain your desired blood alcohol concentration.
  • When drinking out, in the event you must drive home, have your cocktails with a meal, never afterwards. This will give time for the alcohol to be burned up as well as for it to be absorbed little by little into the circulatory system.
  • Specify a designated driver. Have somebody accessible who’ll not be drinking and can drive all drinkers home. This is certainly crucial in the event the individual has consumed more than one drink an hour.
  • Make sure that drinking enhances social relationships instead of impairs them. Provide alcohol as an adjunct to an activity instead of as the principal focus.
  • Use alcohol cautiously in connection with other medications.Including over-the-counter medications for instance sleep aids as well as cold or cough medications. Alcohol consumption should be avoided whilst taking specific antibiotics, arthritic, anti-depressant, and some other prescription drugs. Seek advice from your personal doctor or even your local pharmacy before you decide to drink while on any prescription medication.
  • Respect the rights of people who don’t want to drink. It’s regarded as rude or obnoxious to try to get individuals to drink who don’t want to. They might refrain for faith based or health-related reasons, because they are recovering alcoholics, or even they simply might not like the taste plus the effect it has upon them.
  • Refrain from drinking mixed drinks before eating anything on a hot day. This could result in hypoglycemia, which could lead to lightheadedness, some weakness, and also mood change.
  • Knowing that you may have to operate a vehicle after consuming alcoholic beverages, restrict your intake to a maximum of one drink an hour.
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Shot Glass

Shot Glass

A traditional shot glass is made of a thick glass, especially at the base. Today you’ll find shot glasses in an assortment of shapes and sizes decorated with advertising, humorous pictures or sayings, and company brand names.

Shot glasses can come in all shapes and sizes, but they usually never hold more than 2 ounces. The average shot is 1-1/2 ounces.

Shot glasses are designed to hold or measure liquor, to be either poured into a mixed drink or drunk straight from the glass (a “shot”).

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