chilled shot

chilled shot

[′child ′shät]
(metallurgy)
Lead shots containing 3-6% antimony.
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Pour the soup into chilled shot glasses and scatter over the spring onion and the extra tomato and cucumber to serve.
Strain into a cinnamon and sugar rimmed chilled shot glass and garnish with an apple slice.
Here, meals are always paired with a carafe of the town's famed white wine (vino delle Cinque Terre) and finished with a chilled shot of limoncello, an after-dinner liqueur made from the rind of Sorrento lemon peels.
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For instance, the Normandy was created with a chilled shot of apple brandy (they used Laird's Bonded) poured over a demerara sugar cube that had been soaked in whiskey-barrel-aged bitters.
It's served with caviar and dosed with a chilled shot of Imperial Russian vodka.
It's great drunk as a chilled shot or added to a cocktail.
Assign me to interview bags of number 7 1/2 chilled shot, okay, but not "Dealers' Picks"!
All other things equal, chilled shot pattern percentages may go up as much as ten percent over an identical load using soft shot.
For her mini bitter chocolate cheese cakes on cocoa shortbread crusts, for instance, she's found that a chilled shot of Patron XO Cafe is the winner.