How much is 1 part alcohol?!

Question: How much is 1 part alcohol!?
1 part alcohol can be any amount, but what ever you pick the other ingredients need to be measured the same!. Like one ounce, or one shot!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

When making mixed drinks, they do it in 'parts'!. It's not an exact amount!. It is just comparative to the other ingredients!. For example, if it says one part alcohol and two parts tomato juice, you can have 1 cup of alcohol, and you would need 2 cups of tomato juice!. You could also use 1 gallon of alcohol, and it would be fine, as long as you used 2 gallons of tomato juice!. It all depends on how much you want to make!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

By using the word "part," the recipe writer leaves that up to you!. If your recipe is one part alcohol and three parts club soda, you get to decide how much you're making!. If you decide a part in this case is 1/4 cup, you'd use 1/4 cup alcohol and 3/4 cup club soda!. If you're having a party, you might decide use a quart of alcohol and three quarts of club soda!.Www@FoodAQ@Com


To complete you need the rest of the mix!.
It may be 1 part A to 9 parts lemonade which would bo 10%
On the other hand you may be referring to a shot (1 part) whisky which would be 45ml!. But different spirits have different amounts as 1 shot!.

Andy CWww@FoodAQ@Com

One part can be any amount!. Say the recipe calls for one part alcohol, 3 parts club soda!. You could make it:
1/4 cup alcohol, 3/4 cup club soda or
1/2 cup alcohol, 1 1/2 cup club sodaWww@FoodAQ@Com

Usually if the recipe is for a shot, use 1 part = 1 oz per ingredient

if making a drink 1 part is usually 1/2 C (or 1 C) per ingredient

If making a batch, 1 part is usually 1 bottle per ingredientWww@FoodAQ@Com

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