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How many drinks will a 1 litre vodka bottle pour?
2,187 calories. According to the calorie counters available on the Internet, a shot of vodka (aka: a jigger, 1.5 ounces) in the typical 80 proof (40% alcohol) concentration …is 97 calories. There are 33.824 ounces in a liter bottle and 1.5 ounces in a shot. So the 22.55 shots in a bottle equal 2,187 calories. An increase in concentration to 90 proof (45% alcohol) = 110 calories per shot, or 2,480 calories per bottle. 1,650 calories for a typical 750 ml bottle, also sometimes referred to as a fifth, as in 1/5 of a gallon, even though a 1/5 holds almost a 1/4 ounce (7 ml) more fluid. Close enough considering that most persons will mix the vodka with something that will probably add even more calories to the drink. Plan B Motomaggots Alcohol Research Division
1.75 liter of vodka is a 1/2 gallon and a 1/2 gallon is 59 1/8 ounces. A standard pour or shot is 1.5 ounces. Therefore, you get 39 drinks out of a 1.75 li…ter with about a half ounce left.
1.1 standard drinks 5% alcohol (375ml can)
One liter = 100 cL
it depends on what size it is
A 375 bottle (split) of vodka contains slightly over nine shots.
Approximately 18.3 shots.
It contains three-quarters of a liter.
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I don't really know but im guessing like at about 5-15 bottles a day
About 35 shots.
In 1 litre, there are approximately 33 shots, with a bit of change. However, where I am at any rate, vodka is not sold in those sizes. There is 750ml, which gives about 26 …shots, 1150 ml, which gives about 40, and the 1800 ml, which gives about 60 shots.
You would get approximately 22-1/2 drinks if you are talking about standard American fluid ounces.