Esdabem Light-Up Shot Cups, 24-Count
Last updated date: January 11, 2020
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In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the Esdabem Esdabem Light-Up Shot Cups, 24-Count placed 10th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Esdabem Set of 24 Flash Light Up Cups Capacity:2 OZ Material: Made Of Food Grade BPA Free Plastic. Power: button cell X 3 (included) (can be changed) Note: Hand Wash Only To Replace Batteries: 1.Open the battery compartment door located on the bottom of the base by sharp-pointed tools. 2.Place new batteries in the battery compartment and close the battery door. Package includes: 1 box = 24 cups
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An Overview On Disposable Shot Glasses
Disposable shot glasses are handy and affordable when you need small cups or containers for an event or for everyday use. Comparing the many options available can take time, but knowing what to look for helps you select the best choice quickly.
While disposable shot glasses are generally designed to hold two ounces of liquid, the shape of the cup might be important, depending on how you plan to use them. For instance, if you want to use the cups to hold dip for crudites, you might prefer glasses with wider bottoms.
The color of the cups is another consideration. Crystal clear shot glasses are ideal for samples, such as beverages at a wine tasting or snacks at a brand table. Alternatively, brightly colored cups can be a fun addition to use at a party.
Some disposable shot glass sets include snap-on lids. While this might be unnecessary if you intend to serve beverages in the cups, lids are essential if you will use them as portable food containers or even if you need to carry jello shots to an event.
Think about the temperature of the beverages or food you plan to fill the cups with. Some disposable glasses hold up well to heat and ice.
Finally, consider how much you want to spend. Take time to do the math and figure out your desired price per disposable shot glass. Since you can purchase them in several package sizes, knowing this price point will help you find the best deal.
DWYM Fun Fact
There is no regulated size for a shot of alcohol. And depending on where you live (or where you indulge), the size can vary greatly. According to the Beverage Society, Denmark serves the smallest shots out of 24 nations ranked, at just 0.68 ounces. The largest shots are poured in Japan, coming in at 2 ounces.
The United States rates near the middle, making number 15 on the list with a standard shot size of 1.5 ounces. Because most of the shot glasses used by our neighbors to the north are made in the USA, Canada’s shots are typically 1.5 ounces as well.
The Disposable Shot Glass Buying Guide
- Jello shots and other alcoholic beverages are just one way to use shot glasses. You can serve everything from appetizers to dessert in disposable shot cups for a fun and economical addition to a party, wedding or another event.
- Serve crudites to party guests in disposable shot glasses. Pour dip or dressing into the bottom of each cup. Slice carrots, celery, bell peppers or other vegetables into sticks and place several upright into each shot glass.
- Serve various one-bite desserts in shot glasses. Some suitable sweets include cheesecake shooters, pudding shots, and meringue pie bites, among others.
- Use disposable shot glasses for small planting projects. Children can help plant seeds or small succulents in cups with a bit of soil. When the plants begin to grow, they can easily be transplanted to the garden.