“Will we keep it simple and call them quarter and half bottles?” “No, let’s be cryptic and call them a naggin and a shoulder.” “Sound.” Most Irish people are familiar with the terms naggin and shoulder for 200ml and 350ml bottles of whiskey, vodka, rum, and gin, but we’re probably in the dark as […]read more
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