Mason Jar Shot Glasses

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Originally introduced in the mid 1800s to do nothing more than preserve food, mason jars have become immensely popular in the south over the past few decades as a drinking glass – particularly for  tea. Now the classic contraption can be used to hold your favorite liquor thanks to these Mason Jar Shot Glasses.

Finding new uses for mason jars has become an art form on its own, and while these mini glasses are a bit smaller than the original containers, we still love them just as much. Each glass is shaped to look like a tiny mason jar, and holds 2.4 ounces of booze. There are no lids, but who needs them when you’re taking shots? You can get your hands on these today directly from Firebox or Amazon.

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